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From: Publishers Weekly[(review date 13 October 1989) In the following review, Smith examines the commentary in Wonderful Life on the Burgess Shale rock formation, discovered in 1909 by paleontologist Charles Walcott, and his misinterpretation...
From: CLIOGiven his intention in Wonderful Life to explain “the nature of history itself,” we might expect Stephen Jay Gould to describe the rise and fall of nations and states, the triumphs and tragedies of great leaders, or even...
From: Science & SocietyI first made my acquaintance with the works of Stephen Jay Gould in the early 1970s when, mostly for the scientific edification of my children, I took out a subscription to Natural History (the admirable monthly journal...
From: AB Bookman's WeeklyThere is a pond in Massachusetts, a fairly ordinary pond about half a mile long and a couple of hundred yards wide, and because I fish there, I would be a fool to tell just anyone where in Massachusetts. It is bordered...
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