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Other Non-Fiction Eliot, Charles W. (editor): Harvard Classics 11: Darwin, Origin of the Species
#1  RWood 04-15-2007, 09:24 PM
And so it starts, but with volume XI (11.)

Origin of the Species by Charles Darwin

A brief history of the editor, Charles W. Elliot, is found here from the Harvard Library site.

As mentioned before, the books will be published out of sequence and all volumes will be presented here at MobileRead. In fact there is the MobileRead logo on the cover.

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#2  UncleDuke 04-15-2007, 09:35 PM
i want them all, today.

sony reader is fine, i have one. i have the 6' of books too.

cover needs work. you should get travis to do them for you. he does great work.

nice brief bio of elliot. every freshman has to learn about him.

you should publish an index to the series. i'd give you an extra doughnut if you did.
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#3  RWood 04-15-2007, 10:22 PM
Quote UncleDuke
i want them all, today.

sony reader is fine, i have one. i have the 6' of books too.

cover needs work. you should get travis to do them for you. he does great work.

nice brief bio of elliot. every freshman has to learn about him.

you should publish an index to the series. i'd give you an extra doughnut if you did.
in time Duke, in time they will all be there.

I'm open if Travis is about the covers.

The index sounds like a good idea, was that a glazed doughnut?
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#4  Bob Russell 04-15-2007, 11:12 PM
I'm filled with anticipation. This is quite exciting... the beginning of something BIG!
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