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About meBipedal primate with the physiology of a large tropical mammal; species origins, Africa; interests, varied.



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About my libraryMy online listings are a virtual library of books that I've read, most of which reside in my home library. A minority are books I've not finished. Outside of fiction (and I love the classics!), areas of special interest include evolutionary biology and the history of science. However, I also like to read world history, politics, and biography.

Books are rated within their genres (since to do otherwise would be to compare everything to William Shakespeare and Charles Darwin). Listed dates usually indicate date of publication of the original work.


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Favorite authorsPeter J. Bowler, E. Janet Browne, Vincent Bugliosi, James M. Cain, Robert A. Caro, Raymond Chandler, Noam Chomsky, Joseph Conrad, Charles Darwin, Richard Dawkins, Daniel C. Dennett, Jared Diamond, Charles Dickens, Will Durant, E. M. Forster, Nicci French, Rebecca Goldstein, Stephen Jay Gould, Bill Griffith, Ernst Haeckel, Dashiell Hammett, Christopher Hitchens, Thomas Henry Huxley, James Hynes, Robert G. Ingersoll, Ian Kershaw, Paul Krugman, Gary Larson, Sinclair Lewis, W. Somerset Maugham, Ernst Mayr, Ian McEwan, George Orwell, Marge Piercy, Steven Pinker, Matt Ridley, Mary Roach, Bertrand Russell, John Steinbeck, Booth Tarkington, Trevanian, Gore Vidal, Kurt Vonnegut, Alfred Russel Wallace, H. G. Wells, Edward O. Wilson, Tom Wolfe, Carl Zimmer (Shared favorites)

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Currently readingThe Rough Guide to Evolution (Rough Guide Science/Phenomena) by Mark Pallen
Reef Madness: Charles Darwin, Alexander Agassiz, and the Meaning of Coral by David Dobbs
A Reason for Everything: Natural Selection and the English Imagination by Marek Kohn
Sharks & Rays (Nature Company Guides) by Kevin Deacon
The Darwin Experience: The Story of the Man and His Theory of Evolution by John van Wyhe
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