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Author Wertenbaker, Timberlake.

Title After Darwin / Timberlake Wertenbaker.

Published London : Faber, 1998.

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 UniM Bail  812.54 WERTENB    AVAILABLE
Physical description 73 pages ; 20 cm
Summary Millie, a director, discusses with her actors, Ian and Tom, how to interpret two famous historical figures from the nineteenth century. It's 1831; Charles Darwin is invited to travel with Robert Fitzroy into uncharted waters off the coast of South America aboard "The Beagle". Their five-year journey is fraught with philosophical and personal tensions. Fitzroy, a staunch Christian, has faith in the unquestionable authority of the Bible, while Darwin begins to explore a more radical vision, his theory of natural selection.
A meditation on history and human relationships, After Darwin links past and present through these five characters, and raises timeless questions about faith, friendship, and how we interpret the past.
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