The New of Evolution: Zoogenesis
By Clark, Austin H.
Pp. xiv, 297, 135 text-figures. Publisher’s attractive blue cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine and front cover, and with gilt floral decorations, 8vo. From the jacket flap: "Zoogenesis is an evolutionary school of thought which postulated that each of the major types of life forms on earth evolved separately and independently from all the others. The evolutionary hypothesis of zoogenesis was developed by Austin H. Clark.” This view of evolution has few supporters today. Aside from a few pages with annotations, there are no ownership marks.
|Publisher||The Williams & Wilkins Company|
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|Condition Description||A bright and clean near fine copy.|