Alfred Russel Wallace : Alfred Wallace : A. R. Wallace :
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Bibliography Parts II and III:
Books and Interviews


Part II: Books and Excerpts From Books (S713-S734)

S713. Palm Trees of the Amazon and Their Uses. John Van Voorst, London, Oct. 1853; pp. (i)-viii, (1)-129; 48 plates (incl. map front.).
--[abstract of pages 93-95 printed as 'The Peach Palm' in The Florist and Pomologist (London) May 1881: 75-76; excerpt reprinted in The Vegetable Kingdom Illustrated (Philadelphia, Association for the Diffusion of Religious and Useful Knowledge, 1859): 127-135]

S714. A Narrative of Travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro, With an Account of the Native Tribes, and Observations on the Climate, Geology, and Natural History of the Amazon Valley. Reeve & Co., London, Dec. 1853; pp. (i)-(x), (1)-541; front., map, illustrations, fold-out. [reprint: Macmillan & Co., London (Dec. 1870)]
--Second Edition [moderately revised; deletes Appendix on Indian languages]. Minerva Library of Famous Books, Vol. 8: Ward, Lock & Co., London, New York, & Melbourne, Nov. 1889; pp. (i)-(xviii), 1-363; 16 illus. (incl. portrait front. & map). [reprints: 3rd ed. (1890); 4th ed. Ward, Lock & Bowden, London & New York (1892) / New (Fifth) Edition. Ward, Lock & Bowden, Ltd., London (1895 & 4 May 1900) / Travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro. Ward, Lock & Co., London, New York & Melbourne (n.d. (1900?); pp. (i)-xiv, (1)-363; portrait front., map & illus.) / Travels on the Amazon. World Library: Harper & Brothers, New York, & Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., London (n.d. (1900?); pp. (i)-(x), (1)-363; map, illustrations) / Travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro. New Amsterdam Book Co., New York (1900; pp. (i)-(xvi), (1)-363; 16 illus. (incl. portrait front. & map)) / Travels on the Amazon. World Library: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., London, Melbourne & Toronto (May 1911; pp. (i)-(x), (1)-363; map, illustrations) / Travels on the Amazon. Everyman's Library, no. 99: J. M. Dent, London (1911; 363 pp.)]
--[reprinted excerpt: 'The Masserandura, or Milk-tree' in Medical News 12: 91-92 (May 1854: no. 137)]

S715. The Malay Archipelago; The Land of the Orang-utan and the Bird of Paradise; A Narrative of Travel With Studies of Man and Nature. 2 volumes. Macmillan & Co., London, 9 March 1869. Vol. 1: pp. (i)-(xxiv), (1)-478; 2 fold-out & 3 other maps, 27 illus. (incl. front.). Vol. 2: pp. (i-vi), (1)-524; 4 maps, 24 illus. (incl. front.). [reprint: 2nd ed. (Sept. 1869; illustrations, etc., as above; Vol. 1: pp. (i)-(xx), (1)-312; Vol. 2: pp. (i)-(iv), (1)-341)] / The Malay Archipelago: The Land of the Orang-utan, and the Bird of Paradise. A Narrative of Travel, With Studies of Man and Nature. Harper & Brothers, New York, 1 May 1869; pp. (i)-xii, (13)-638; 2 fold-out & 8 other maps, 51 illus. (incl. 2 fronts.) [reprint: 1885]
--Third Edition [lightly revised]. Macmillan & Co., London & New York, Feb. 1872; pp. (i)-xvi, (1)-653; 2 fold-out & 8 other maps, 51 illus. (incl. front.). [reprints: 4th ed. (Oct. 1872); 5th ed. (1874); 6th ed. (1877); 7th ed. (1880); 8th ed. (1883); 9th ed. (1886)]
--Tenth Edition [lightly revised]. Macmillan & Co., London & New York, Jan. 1891 (London) & Feb. 1891 (New York); pp. (i)-(xx), (1)-515; 2 fold-out & 8 other maps, 51 illus. (incl. front.). [reprints: 1894, 1898, 1902, 1906, 1913, 1922]
--[reprinted excerpts: 'The Habits of the Orang-utan' in Scientific Opinion 2: 110-111 (7 July 1869: no. 36); 'The Birds of Paradise' in Harper's New Monthly Magazine 39: 183-195 (July 1869: no. 230); 'How the Rajah Took the Census' & 'Life in the Malay Archipelago' in Library of the World's Best Literature; Ancient and Modern ed. by Charles Dudley Warner (45 vols., International Society, New York, 1896), Vol. 38: 15519-15530]

S716. Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection. A Series of Essays. Macmillan & Co., London & New York; April 1870; pp. (i)-xvi, (1)-384.
--Second Edition ["with corrections and additions"]. Macmillan & Co., London & New York, March 1871; pp. (i)-xvi, (1)-384 (plus additional lettered pages). [reprints: Oct. 1872, Feb. 1875]
--[reprinted excerpts: 'Ueber Schützende Aehnlichkeiten bei Thieren,' selections from Beiträge zur Theorie der Natürlichen Zuchtwahl. Eine Reihe von Essais (Adolf Bernhard Meyer's German translation of CTNS: Eduard Besold, Erlangen, Juni 1870), in Der Zoologische Garten 12(9): 263-269 (Sept. 1871) / 12(10): 300-303 (Okt. 1871) / 12(11): 334-339 (Nov. 1871)]

S717. On Miracles and Modern Spiritualism. Three Essays. [each essay "carefully revised"]. James Burns, London, March 1875; pp. (i)-viii, (1)-236. [reprint: Second Edition. Trübner & Co., London (Oct. 1881; pp. (iii)-(x), (1)-236).]
--Miracles and Modern Spiritualism. Revised [Third] Edition ["with chapters on apparitions and phantasms," and a new Preface]. George Redway, London, Jan. 1896; pp. (i)-(xx), (1)-292. [reprint: Nichols & Co., London (1901)]
--[reprinted excerpt: in Rifts in the Veil. A Collection of Inspirational Poems and Essays Given Through Various Forms of Mediumship; Also of Poems and Essays by Spiritualists (W. H. Harrison, London, 1878): 189-190]

S718. The Geographical Distribution of Animals; With A Study of the Relations of Living and Extinct Faunas as Elucidating the Past Changes of the Earth's Surface. 2 volumes. Macmillan & Co., London, May 1876. Vol. 1: pp. (i)-(xxiv), (1)-503; 5 maps (incl. fold-out front.), 13 plates. Vol. 2: pp. (i)-(xii), (1)-607; 2 maps, 7 plates. / Harper & Brothers, New York, 9 Dec. 1876. Vol. 1: pp. (i)-(xxiv), (1)-503; 5 maps (incl. fold-out front.), 13 plates. Vol. 2: pp. (i)-(xii), (1)-607; 2 maps, 7 plates.
--[reprinted excerpts: 'The Journeyings and Dispersal of Animals' in Popular Science Monthly 10: 576-582 (March 1877); 'The Geographical Distribution of Animals: General Conclusions' (Chapter 16) in American Naturalist 11(3): 157-165 (March 1877); Vol. 1, Chapter 11 reprinted as 'The Fauna of Madagascar and the Mascarene Islands' in The Antananarivo Annual and Madagascar Magazine no. 10: 129-147 (Christmas 1886)]

S719. Tropical Nature, and Other Essays. Macmillan & Co., London & New York, April 1878; pp. i-(xvi), 1-356; illustrations.
--[reprinted excerpts: 'La Nature Tropicale,' selection translated into French in La Revue Scientifique 16 (2e s.): 837-843 (8 Mars 1879); 'Tropical Vegetation' & 'Orchids' in 'Alfred Russel Wallace,' 4 page selection in The University of Literature, Editor-in-Chief, William H. De Puy (J. S. Barcus & Co., New York, 1895), Vol. XIX (not paginated); 'A Profitable Sugar Palm' (pp. 43-45) in Timehri 1 (n.s.): 134-136 (June 1887)]

S720. Australasia ["edited and extended by Alfred R. Wallace, with Ethnological Appendix by A. H. Keane"]. Stanford's Compendium of Geography and Travel: Edward Stanford, London, May 1879; pp. (i)-(xx), (1)-672; 20 maps, 56 illus. (incl. front.). [reprint: 2nd ed. (1880)]
--Third Edition [moderately revised; pagination, etc., as above]. June 1883. [reprints: 4th ed. (1884); 5th ed. (Feb. 1888)]
--Australasia. Vol. 1. Australia and New Zealand. [complete revision of one-half of 3rd ed. (other half revised by another author)]. Stanford's Compendium of Geography and Travel (New Issue): Edward Stanford, London, Nov. 1893; pp. (i)-(xvi), (1)-505; 14 maps, 69 illus. (incl. front.).

S721. Island Life: Or, The Phenomena and Causes of Insular Faunas and Floras, Including a Revision and Attempted Solution of the Problem of Geological Climates. Macmillan & Co., London, Oct. 1880; pp. (iii)-(xx), (1)-526; 26 maps & illus. (incl. map front.). / Harper & Brothers, New York, 1881; pp. (i)-xvi, (1)-522; 26 maps & illus. (incl. map front.).
--Second and [heavily] Revised Edition. Macmillan & Co., London & New York, 2 April 1892 (London) & 14 May 1892 (New York); pp. (i)-xx, (1)-563; 26 maps & illus. (incl. map front.).
--"Second Edition" [but with additional corrections thereto; pagination, etc., as above]. 1895.
--Third and [heavily] Revised Edition. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London / The Macmillan Co., New York, 1902; pp. (i)-xx, (1)-563 (plus additional lettered pages); 26 maps & illus. (incl. map front.). [reprint: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London (1911)]

S722. Land Nationalisation; Its Necessity and Its Aims; Being a Comparison of the System of Landlord and Tenant With That of Occupying Ownership in Their Influence on the Well-being of the People. Trübner & Co., London, May 1882; pp. (i)-xiv, (1)-240 (plus 3 unnumbered pages entitled "Works to be Consulted on the Land Question" appended). [reprint: 2nd ed. (Oct. 1882)]
--Third Edition [lightly revised]. W. Reeves, London, April 1883; pp. (i)-xiv, (1)-240 (plus 3 unnumbered pages entitled "Works to be Consulted on the Land Question" appended).
--"Third Edition" ["with appendix on the nationalisation of house property"]. W. Reeves, London, Sept. 1883; pp. (i)-xiv, (1)-244 (plus 3 unnumbered pages entitled "Works to be Consulted on the Land Question" appended). [(this or one of the earlier editions) reprinted irregularly in segments in The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Queensland) between 8 Oct. 1883 and 12 Feb. 1884]
--[new edition; lightly revised]. Social Science Series, no. 57: Swan Sonnenschein & Co., London, & Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, July 1892; pp. (i)-xiv, (1)-252 (plus 4 unnumbered pages entitled "A Short Bibliography of the Land Question" appended). [reprints: 2nd ed. (Sept. 1896); 3rd ed. (Oct. 1902); 4th ed. (Nov. 1906); 5th ed. (June or July 1909) / 6th ed. George Allen & Co., Ltd., London (April 1912; pp. (i)-xvi, (1)-252 (plus 4 unnumbered pages entitled "A Short Bibliography of the Land Question" appended)]

S723. Bad Times: An Essay on the Present Depression of Trade, Tracing It to Its Sources in Enormous Foreign Loans, Excessive War Expenditure, the Increase of Speculation and of Millionaires, and the Depopulation of the Rural Districts; With Suggested Remedies. Macmillan & Co., London & New York, Nov. 1885 (London) & Jan. 1886 (New York); pp. (iii)-(xvi), (1)-118; 3 diagrams.
--[reprinted excerpt: 'The Increasing Curse of European Militancy' (Chapter 5) in Popular Science Monthly 28: 521-525 (Feb. 1886)]

S724. Darwinism; An Exposition of the Theory of Natural Selection With Some of Its Applications. Macmillan & Co., London & New York, May 1889 (London) & June 1889 (New York); pp. (i)-xvi, (1)-494; portrait front., fold-out map, 37 figs.
--Second Edition [lightly revised]. Macmillan & Co., London & New York, Aug. 1889; pp. (i)-xvi, (1)-494; portrait front., fold-out map, 37 figs. [reprints: Oct. 1889, March 1890, 1891, 1896, 1897 / Humboldt Library of Popular Science, Nos. 115-116: Humboldt Publishing Co., New York (Dec. 1889; pp. (i)-x, (1)-332; portrait front., fold-out map, 37 figs.); also issued as individual pamphlets Nos. 115 (Oct. 1889; pp. (i)-x, (1)-160) & 116 (Nov. 1889; pp. 161-332)]
--Third Edition [heavily revised]. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London / The Macmillan Co., New York, 1901; pp. (i)-xx, (1)-494 (plus additional lettered pages); portrait front., fold-out map, 37 figs.
--"Third Edition" [but with additional corrections thereto; pagination, etc., as above]. 1905. [reprints: 1912, 1923]
--[reprinted excerpts: 'Darwinism as Applied to Man' (Chapter 15) in Representative Essays in Modern Thought; A Basis for Composition ed. by Harrison Ross Steeves & Frank Humphrey Ristine (American Book Co., New York, etc., Feb. 1913): 238-271; Chapter 15 translated into Italian and reprinted as pamphlet entitled Il Darwinismo Applicato all' Uomo (Napoli, 1912; pp. 94)]

S725. Natural Selection and Tropical Nature; Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical Biology ["new edition with corrections and additions"; this collection combines the majorities of CTNS and TNOE, with some newly reprinted material added]. Macmillan & Co., London & New York, May 1891 (London) & June 1891 (New York); pp. (i)-xii, (1)-492; illustrations. [reprint: 1895]

S726. The Wonderful Century; Its Successes and Its Failures. Swan Sonnenschein & Co., London, 10 June 1898 / Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, Sept. 1898 / George N. Morang, Toronto, 1898; pp. (i)-xii, (1)-400 (internal pagination of English & American editions slightly different); portrait front., 12 fold-out diagrams. [reprints: Swan Sonnenschein & Co., London, 2nd ed. (Dec. 1898); 3rd ed. (May 1899); 4th ed. (Feb. 1901) / Dodd, Mead & Co., New York (1899 & 1909)]
--The Wonderful Century Reader [abridgment of the 4th ed.]. Swan Sonnenschein & Co., Ltd., London, Nov. 1901; pp. (i)-(viii), (1)-234; 127 illus.
--The Wonderful Century; The Age of New Ideas in Science and Invention. New (Fifth) Edition ["revised and largely re-written"]. Swan Sonnenschein & Co., Ltd., London, Sept. 1903; pp. (i)-xii, (1)-527; portrait front., 107 illus. [reprints: 6th ed. (April 1905); 7th ed. (Jan. 1908) / E. W. Cole, Melbourne (1906) / George Allen & Unwin, Ltd., London (1925)]
--[reprinted excerpts: 'Our Wonderful Century' in New York Times Saturday Review of Books and Art 10 Sept. 1898: 605; 'The Discoveries of the Century' in The Living Age 219 (7th s., vol. 1), Supplement to no. 2830 (Readings From New Books): 63-65 (1 Oct. 1898); nine selections incorporated into Achievements in Science (Modern Achievement, Vol. 7: P. F. Collier & Son, New York, 1902) and Men of Achievement: Inventors and Scientists (Modern Achievement, Vol. 7: The University Society, New York, 1902), both ed. by Edward Everett Hale; same nine selections incorporated into Wonders of Science and Invention ed. by Daniel Edwin Wheeler (The After School Library, Vol. 8: The After School Club, Philadelphia, 1909 / Young Folks' Treasury, Vol. 8: The University Society Inc., New York, 1909)]

S727. Studies Scientific and Social [a collection of essays]. 2 volumes. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London, Nov. 1900 / The Macmillan Co., New York, Dec. 1900.  Vol. 1: pp. (i)-(xvi), (1)-532; map, 89 illus.  Vol. 2: pp. (i)-(viii), (1)-535; 25 illus.

S728. Man's Place in the Universe; A Study of the Results of Scientific Research in Relation to the Unity or Plurality of Worlds. Chapman & Hall, Ltd., London, Oct. 1903; pp. (i)-(xii), (1)-330; 8 diagrams, 2 fold-out star-charts. [reprints: 2nd ed. (190 ?); 3rd ed. (1904)] / McClure, Phillips & Co., New York, Nov. 1903; pp. (i)-(xii), (1)-326; 8 diagrams, 2 fold-out star charts. [reprint: 2nd ed. (1904)]
--Fourth Edition [lightly revised, "with new chapter entitled 'An Additional Argument Dependent on the Theory of Evolution'"]. Chapman & Hall, Ltd., London, Sept. 1904; pp. (i)-(viii), (1)-341; 8 diagrams, 2 fold-out star-charts. [reprints: 5th ed. (1905); 6th ed. (190 ?); 7th ed. (1908) / Bell's Indian and Colonial Library: George Bell & Sons, London & Bombay (1904) / New and Cheaper Edition (Sept. 1912 & 1914; pp. (i)-(vi), 1-283; 8 diagrams)] / Third Edition [lightly revised, "with new chapter entitled 'An Additional Argument Dependent on the Theory of Evolution'"]. McClure, Phillips & Co., New York, 1905; pp. (i)-(xii), (1)-338; 8 diagrams, 2 fold-out star-charts.

S729. My Life; A Record of Events and Opinions. 2 volumes. Chapman & Hall, Ltd., London, Oct. 1905.  Vol. 1: pp. (i)-(xii), (1)-435; portrait front., 2 fold-out maps, illustrations.   Vol. 2: pp. (i)-viii, (1)-459; front., illustrations.  [reprint: Bell's Indian and Colonial Library: George Bell & Sons, London & Bombay (1905)] / Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, Nov. 1905. Vol. 1: pp. (i)-xii, (1)-435; 2 fold-out maps, portrait front., illustrations. Vol. 2: pp. (i)-(viii), (1)-464; front., illustrations. [reprint: 1906]
--New Edition ["condensed and revised"]. Chapman & Hall, Ltd., London, autumn 1908; pp. (i)-xii, (1)-408; portrait front., illustrations.
--[reprinted excerpts: 'The Inclosure of Commons' in Land and Labour 16(12): 134-136 (Dec. 1905); Spiritualistic Experiences [pamphlet reprinting Wallace's discussion of spiritualism] (Propaganda Publications, no. V: Spiritualists' National Union, Ltd., Halifax, 1911; pp. 71); also as another pamphlet with the same title (Austin Publishing Co., Los Angeles, 1918; pp. 32); Alfred Russel Wallace and the Vaccination Question [pamphlet reprinting Wallace's discussion of vaccination on pages 329-333 of the 1908 ed.] (National Anti-Vaccination League, London, 1911; n.p.); another excerpt printed as 'From Mesmerism to Spiritualism' in Reason (Los Angeles) 15(5): 23-31 (Feb. 1918); another excerpt printed as part of 'When I Was at School' [article organized by A. B. Cooper posting results of a general inquiry; Wallace's one of several responses printed] in The Quiver 45(8): 707-709 (707-712) (June 1910).]

S730. Is Mars Habitable? A Critical Examination of Professor Percival Lowell's Book "Mars and Its Canals," With an Alternative Explanation. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London, Dec. 1907 / The Macmillan Co., New York, 25 Jan. 1908; pp. (i)-xii, (1)-110; map front., diagram.  audiobook version here!

S731. Notes of a Botanist on the Amazon and Andes [original material by Richard Spruce, "edited and condensed by Alfred Russel Wallace"]. 2 volumes. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London, etc., Dec. 1908.  Vol. 1: pp. (i)-lii, 1-518; portrait front., 3 maps, 49 illus.  Vol. 2: pp. (i)-xii, 1-542; 4 maps, 22 illus.

S732. The World of Life; A Manifestation of Creative Power, Directive Mind and Ultimate Purpose. Chapman & Hall, Ltd., London, Dec. 1910; pp. (i)-xvi, 1-408; 110 illus. [reprints: 2nd ed. (1911); 3rd ed. (July 1911); 4th ed. (1911); 5th ed. (1911) / New and Cheaper Edition (Oct. 1914) / G. Bell & Sons, Ltd., London (1911)] / Moffat, Yard & Co., New York, Jan. 1911; pp. (i)-xvi, 1-441; 110 illus. [reprint: 1916 (with portrait front.)]

S733. Social Environment and Moral Progress. Cassell & Co., Ltd., London, New York, Toronto & Melbourne, March 1913; pp. (i)-viii, 1-(164); portrait front. [reprints: April 1913, June 1913, & June 1914; pp. (i)-vi, 1-(164)] / Cassell & Co., New York, 1913; pp. (i)-(vi), 7-181. [reprints: Funk & Wagnalls Co., New York & London (1913 & 1914; pp. (i)-(vi), 7-181)]
--[reprinted excerpt: 'Love, Marriage, and Population' in Hearst's Magazine 24: 309-311 (Aug. 1913).]

S734. The Revolt of Democracy. Cassell & Co., Ltd., London, New York, Toronto & Melbourne, Oct. 1913; pp. (i)-(xlvi), 1-82; portrait front. [reprint: Funk & Wagnalls Co., Edinburgh, New York & London (1914)]

S734a. Peixes do Rio Negro / Fishes of the Rio Negro (organization, introductory text and translation by Mônica de Toledo-Piza Ragazzo). Editora da Universidade de São Paulo, Imprensa Oficial do Estado, São Paulo, 2002; pp. (1)-(7), 8-517; portrait front., illustrations, 212 plates (Wallace's fish drawings).


Part III: Interviews (S735-S754)

S735.
The English Naturalist [anonymous interview]. The Sunday Herald (Boston) 31 Oct. 1886: 13a-c.
--excerpts reprinted as 'Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace, the Great English Naturalist, on Darwin, Agassiz, the Coming Democracy of England, "Home Rule," the Land Question, etc.' in Banner of Light (Boston) 60(9): 2a-c (13 Nov. 1886); excerpt reprinted in 'Boston Life' feature in the Daily Inter Ocean (Chicago) 15(227): 11b-c (11b-c) (6 Nov. 1886: no. 5400).

S735a. Darwin's Friend. Chat With Mr. Albert Russell Wallace. [anonymous interview]. The Cincinnati Enquirer 45(112): 4e (22 April 1887).

S735b. Chat With Dr. Wallace [anonymous interview]. The Sioux City Daily Journal (Sioux City, Iowa) 6 May 1887: 2g.

S736. Woman and Natural Selection [anonymous interview based in large part on S427 & S445]. The Daily Chronicle (London) no. 9902: 3f-g (4 Dec. 1893).
--reprints: as pamphlet entitled Woman and Natural Selection (Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, London, n.d.; pp. 4) [a copy of this is item no. 3031 of the Gerritsen Collection of Women's History]; as 'Woman and Natural Selection in Marriage' in The Journal of Hygiene and Herald of Health (New York) 44 (n.s.), no. 9: 236-240 (Sept. 1894); as 'Women and Natural Selection' in Lucifer the Light Bearer (Topeka KS) 11 (n.s.), no. 28: 1b (14 Sept. 1894: no. 534) & no. 30: 1b-c (5 Oct. 1894: no. 536).

S737. Heredity and Pre-natal Influences. An Interview With Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace. [by Sarah A. Tooley; in part based on S445]. Humanitarian 4 (n.s.), no. 2: 80-88 (Feb. 1894).
--excerpts reprinted as 'Dr. A. R. Wallace on Heredity' in Light (London) 14: 151-152 (31 March 1894: no. 690).

S738. A Visit to Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace, F.R.S. [interview by "A. D."]. The Bookman (London) 13: 121-124 (Jan. 1898: no. 76).
--excerpts reprinted as 'A Veteran Spiritualist. Mr. Alfred Russel Wallace, F.R.S.' in The Two Worlds (Manchester) 11: 25-26 (14 Jan. 1898: no. 531) and untitled in The Bookman (New York) 8(2): 100-102 (Oct. 1898).

S739. Spiritualism--and Things [interview by columnist "The Whatnot"]. The Clarion (London) no. 343: 213b-e (2 July 1898).

S740. [not used]

S741. A Visit to Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace [by Albert Dawson]. The Christian Commonwealth 23: 176a-177d (10 Dec. 1903: no. 1156).
--excerpts included in article entitled 'Interview With Dr. Alfred R. Wallace' in Light (London) 23: 602-603 (19 Dec. 1903: no. 1197) and in article entitled 'Dr. Wallace and the Spirit World' in The Two Worlds (Manchester) 16: 659 (25 Dec. 1903: no. 841).

S742. Master Workers. XVII.--Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace. [by Harold Begbie]. The Pall Mall Magazine 34: 73-79 (Sept. 1904: no. 137).
--extensive excerpts reprinted as 'Interview With Dr. Alfred R. Wallace' in Light (London) 24: 410-411 (27 Aug. 1904: no. 1233).

S743. A Man of the Time; Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace and His Coming Autobiography [interview by James Marchant]. The Book Monthly 2(8): 545-549 (May 1905).
--partial reprint, untitled, in The Critic (New York) 47(4): 292-293 (Oct. 1905).

S744. conversations [portions of conversations with William Allingham on the dates 2 August 1884 and 6 Nov. 1884, noted down in Allingham's diary (the second conversation including Lord Tennyson)]. in William Allingham; A Diary ed. by Helen P. Allingham & Dollie Radford (Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London, Oct. 1907): 329-330, 332-335.
--quoted in an article by James Robertson entitled 'Tennyson and Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace' in Light (London) 31: 425 (9 Sept. 1911: no. 1599).

S744a. Alfred Russel Wallace on the Indian Crisis [by John Page Hopps]. The Modern Review (Calcutta) 3(2): 93 (Feb. 1908).
--reprint: in Towards Home Rule "edited and mostly written by" Ramananda Chatterjee (Modern Review Office, Calcutta, 1917): 102-103.

S744b. Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace. The Interview That Failed. [by Antonia R. Williams]. The Woman Worker (London) 3(3)? : 51 (20 Jan. 1909).

S745. Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace at Home [interview by Ernest H. Rann]. The Pall Mall Magazine 43: 274-284 (March 1909: no. 191).
--excerpts reprinted as 'A Glimpse of Dr. A. R. Wallace' in Light (London) 29: 135 (20 March 1909: no. 1471) and as 'Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace at Home' in Public Opinion (London) 95: 180 (19 Feb. 1909: no. 2474).

S746. New Thoughts on Evolution [interview by Harold Begbie]. The Daily Chronicle (London) no. 15197: 4d (3 Nov. 1910) / no. 15198: 4d-e (4 Nov. 1910).
--reprinted as pamphlet New Thoughts on Evolution; Being the Views of Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace O.M., F.R.S. As Gathered in an Interview by Harold Begbie (Chapman & Hall, London, 1911; pp. (1)-(2), 3-14); excerpts reprinted as 'Evolution Can't Explain the Soul' in The World (New York) no. 17988, The World Magazine: 7 (20 Nov. 1910); excerpt reprinted as 'Intelligence in Evolution' in Sunrise (Altadena, CA, etc.) 7(8): 233-236 (May 1958).

S747. A Scientist on Politics [interview by Harold Begbie]. The Daily Chronicle (London) no. 15206: 5a-c (14 Nov. 1910).

S748. Scientist's 88th Birthday. Interview With Dr. Russel Wallace. Social Problems. [anonymous interview]. The Daily News (London) no. 20227: 1e-f (9 Jan. 1911).
--excerpts reprinted as 'Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace. Activity at 88.' in Land and Labour 22(2): 16 (Feb. 1911) and as 'Russel Wallace and Socialism' in The Clarion (London) no. 997: 1f (13 Jan. 1911).

S748a. We Are Guarded by Spirits, Declares Dr. A. R. Wallace [anonymous interview]. New York Times 61(19615): 8a-g (8 Oct. 1911).

S749. The Great Strike--And After. Hopes of a National Peace. [interview by Harold Begbie]. The Daily Chronicle (London) no. 15622: 4d-e (13 March 1912).
--excerpts reprinted as 'Dr. Wallace and the Coal Strike' in Land and Labour 23(4): 39-40 (April 1912); excerpts reprinted in article/N entitled 'British Miners Balk at Government Plan' in the New York Times 61(19776): 3a-b (17 March 1912).

S750. The Last of the Great Victorians. Special Interview With Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace. [by Frederick Rockell]. The Millgate Monthly 7, part 2: 657-663 (Aug. 1912: no. 83).
--excerpts reprinted as 'Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace and Eugenics' in Light (London) 32: 392 (17 Aug. 1912: no. 1649).

S751. The Problem of Life [anonymous interview regarding a paper on the origin of life given by Prof. E. A. Schäfer in Dundee at the 82nd annual BAAS meeting]. The Daily News & Leader (London & Manchester) no. 20748: 1a-b (7 Sept. 1912).
--reprinted with slight modifications in articles/N 'Wallace Ridicules the Life Producers' in the New York Times 7 Sept. 1912: 4a-b, and 'The Spiritual Origin of Life' in The Theosophical Quarterly 10: 160-163 (Oct. 1912); excerpts reprinted as part of 'Life Involved Before It is Evolved' in Light (London) 32: 440-441 (plus untitled excerpt on p. 436) (14 Sept. 1912: no. 1653), and untitled in Supplement to The Christian Commonwealth no. 93: 12 (18 Sept. 1912).

S752. The Spectre of Poverty [anonymous interview]. The Daily News & Leader (London & Manchester) no. 20850: 1a-b (6 Jan. 1913).
--extensive excerpts reprinted as 'Dr. Wallace Denies Man Has Improved' in The New York Times 62(20071): 3b (6 Jan. 1913).

S752aa. Ninety Years of Science. Dr. Russel Wallace's Survey. [anonymous interview]. Morning Post (London) no. 43881: 9 (8 Jan. 1913).
--edited reprint in 'Alfred Russel Wallace. Remarkable Career'/N in The Examiner (Launceston, Tasmania) 72(52) (1 March 1913): 5f-g.

S752a. Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace [interview by Wilkinson Sherren]. T. P.'s Weekly (London) 21(531): 49a-c (10 Jan. 1913).

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