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Despite David Quammen's superior literary style, Charles Darwin's idyllic lifestyle, fathering ten children by his first-cousin wife, publishing minor papers on raising pigeons and dissecting barnacles, renders The Reluctant Mr. Darwin an exceptionally soporiphic book. Darwin preferred not to disturb the creationist sensitivities of Victorian society with his heretical theory of natural selection. Indeed, had his friends, in 1858-59, not pestered him into publishing his 1844 paper on the 'transmutaion of species,' to avoid being pre-empted by a younger scientist, Darwin would not be entombed in Westminster Abby.
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