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Charles Darwin's words first appeared in print as a student at Christ's College, Cambridge in 1829, and in almost every subsequent year of his life he published essays, articles, letters to editors, or other brief works. These shorter publications contain a wealth of valuable material. They represent an important part of the Darwin visible to the Victorian public, alongside his ever present sense of humour, and reveal an even wider variety of his scientific interests and abilities, which continued to his final days. This book brings together all known shorter publications and printed items Darwin wrote during his lifetime, including his first and his last publications, and the first publication, with A. R. Wallace, of Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. With over seventy newly discovered items, the book is fully edited and annotated, and contains original illustrations and a comprehensive bibliography.

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Duncan, Peter Martin. 1877. Zoology of the ‘Challenger’ Expedition. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Ser. 4) No. 113 (May): 429–30.
Earthworms: Darwin, C. R. 1881. The formation of vegetable mould, through the action of worms, with observations on their habits. London: John Murray. (DO)
Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried. 1831. Animalia evertebrata exclusis insectis percensuit Dr. C. G. Ehrenberg. In Hemprich, F. G. & Ehrenberg, C. G. eds. Symbolae physicae. vol. 4, Series prima cum tabularum decada prima. Berolini: Officina Academica.
Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried. 1834. Über die Natur und Bildung der Coralleninseln und Corallenbänke im rothen Meere. Berlin: Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried. 1844. Über einen die ganze Luft längere Zeit trübenden Staubregen im hohen atlantischen Ocean, in 70° 43′ N.B. 26 W.L., und dessen Mischung aus zahlreichen Kieselthieren. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeigneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 194–207.
Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried. 1845. Über eine aus feinstem Kieselmehl von Infusorien bestehende Schminke der Feuerländer. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeingneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 63–64.
Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried. 1846. On the remains of infusorial animalcules in volcanic rocks. The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London. Transactions and notices of geological memoirs. 2 (3): 73–91.
Ekman, Paul ed. 1989. Darwin, C. R.The expression of the emotions in man and animals. 3d ed. With an introduction, afterword and commentaries by Paul Ekman. Essay on the history of the illustrations by Phillip Prodger. London: Harper Collins.*
Ekmarck, Carl Daniel. 1781. On the migration of birds. In Linnaeus, C.Select Dissertations from the Amoenitates Academicae, Trans. Brand, F. J.. vol. 25. London, pp. 215–63.
Élie de Beaumont, Jean Baptiste Armand Louis Léonce. 1838. Recherches sur la structure et sur l'origine du Mont Etna. In Dufrénoy, O. P. A. P. and Élie de Beaumont, J. B. A. L. L., Mémoires pour servir à une description géologique de la France 4: 1–226. Paris.
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Enderby, Charles. 1839. Discoveries in the Antarctic Ocean, in February, 1839. Extracted from the journal of the schooner Eliza Scott, commanded by Mr. John Balleny. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 9: 517–528.
Endlicher, Stephan Friedrich Ladislaus. 1836–40. Genera plantarum secundum ordines naturales disposita. Vienna: Beck.
Erasmus Darwin: Krause, Ernst. 1879. Erasmus Darwin. Translated from the German by W. S. Dallas, with a preliminary notice by Charles Darwin. London: John Murray. (DO)
Eschwege, Wilhelm Ludwig. 1832. Beiträge zur Gebirgskunde Brasiliens. Berlin: G. Reimer.
Expression: Darwin, C. R. 1872. The expression of the emotions in man and animals. London: John Murray. (DO)
Eyton, Thomas Campbell. 1840. Remarks on the skeletons of the common tame goose, the Chinese goose, and the hybrid between the two. Magazine of Natural History 4 (February): 90–92.
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Falkner, Thomas. 1774. A description of Patagonia and the adjoining parts of South America, containing an account of the soil, produce, animals, vales, mountains, rivers, lakes, &c. of those countries; the religion, government, policy, customs, dress, arms, and language of the Indian inhabitants; and some particulars relating to Falkland Islands. Hereford: printed by C. Pugh.
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Fischer, Johann. 1876. Aus dem Leben eines jungen Madril (Cynocephalus mormon): Seine Erkrankung und sein Tod. Der zoologische Garten 17: 116–27, 174–9.
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