Reflections on the Observations and Discoveries of the Late Henri Fabre: Insects and Men: Instinct and Reason


The remarkable behaviors of grasshoppers, beetles, bluebottles, spiders, cabbage caterpillars, and glow-worms, studied by the eminent French entomologist, J. Henri Fabre, are reflected upon by Clarence Darrow (1857 - 1938), the turn of the century lawyer and social activist. Fabre's work laid the foundation for virtually all subsequent work in the field of entomology.

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