Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Darwin's letters put online

BBC reports that Darwin's letters will be put online.

Darwin's letters archived on web

The Darwin Correspondence project has existed offline since 1974. It has so far published 15 volumes of the scientist's letters as books.

An agreement with the publisher of the books means the new website will offer digitised versions of the texts freely available to anyone four years behind the hard copies.

Nearly 5,000 pieces of correspondence will be fully searchable when the site launches on Thursday 17 May.


I believe the letter can be found at this site, when they are made public.

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