Second impression (first published 1942). An important and influential work, in which Huxley presented his vision of a modern synthesis of evolutionary biology.
645 pp., , 8vo, orig. cloth, light spotting to fore-edge. Vg in d/w (spine faded; minor foxing; in removable protective sleeve). Loosely inserted a small stapled pamphlet titled 'Evolution - Is it Science? Some serious questions concerning the validity of the popular theory of evolution' (2nd ed., 1945, pp.16) by T.W. Carron .
Author HUXLEY, J.
Publisher George Allen & Unwin
Condition Very good
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