Darwin as author
- Theme and subject in The Voyage Of The Beagle
- Darwin's Imagery: The Tree and the Tree of Life
- How did the stones get there? A Darwinian Act of Interpretation
- Chapter II of Charles Darwin's autobiography (text)
Darwin and Victorian literature: source, influence, confluence, opinions
- ‘No such thing as a flower ...no such thing as a man’: John Ruskin’s response to Darwin
- Darwin on Thomas Carlyle
- Tennyson and Evolution (I)
- Tennyson and Evolution (2): Was he a proto-Darwinian or a proto-Gouldian?
- “The hills are shadows, and they flow from form to form, and nothing stands” — Tennyson, Ruskin, and Darwin as sages
- Meredith's Evan Harrington, The Adventures of Harry Richmond, and the Evolutionary Debate of the 1860s
- Samuel Butler and George Bernard Shaw
- Darwin on “the accuracy and fulness of Macaulay's memory”
Responses to Darwin's evolutionary theories
- Fleeming Jenkin. Review of Darwin's The origin of species in The North British Review, June 1867, 46, pp. 277-318.
- Samuel Wilberforce, (Review of) On the origin of species, Quarterly Review, 1860, pp. 225-264.
- Campbell. The reign of law . 1860.
- [T.H. Huxley.] 'The origin of Species', Westminster Review 17, 1860, pp. 541-70.
- Thomas Cooper. The Stone Book: The Mosaic Record of Creation. 1878.
- Owen, Richard. Review of Darwin's Origin of Species, Edinburgh Review, 3, 1860, pp. 487-532.
- Tyndall. Address Delivered Before the British Association Assembled at Belfast. 1874.
- Darwin and the Removal of Design
- The Huxley File (at Clarke U)
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