Appetite For Wonder, An: The Making Of A Scientist

Paperback | August 26, 2014

byRichard Dawkins

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An Appetite for Wonder is a disarming account of world-famous evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins's early life, from his childhood in colonial East Africa to the writing of one of the twentieth century's seminal works, The Selfish Gene.

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An Appetite for Wonder is a disarming account of world-famous evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins's early life, from his childhood in colonial East Africa to the writing of one of the twentieth century's seminal works, The Selfish Gene.

Richard Dawkins, votedProspectmagazine's #1 World Thinker, is the author of the blockbuster bestsellerThe God Delusion. He was first catapulted to fame withThe Selfish Gene, which he followed withThe Extended Phenotype,The Blind Watchmaker,River Out of Eden,Climbing Mount Improbable,Unweaving the Rainbow,The Ancestor's Tale,A Devil's C...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8.69 × 5.62 × 0.77 inPublished:August 26, 2014Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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“Dawkins proves that today he is still an extraordinary thinker, and one who has made an enormous contribution to understanding human nature. This memoir is a fascinating account of one man’s attempt to find answers to some of the most difficult questions posed to mankind.”