File:Darwin - La Descendance de l’homme, 1881.djvu

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Creator:Edmond Barbier

Title

La descendance de l'homme et la sélection sexuelle

Publisher

C. Reinwald

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Place of publication

Paris

Language

French

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Français : Ouvrage traitant de l'application de la théorie de l'évolution, notamment à l'espèce humaine.
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IA University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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