A satirical history of England, published in 1930.
For my money, there just aren’t many non-fiction subjects that are as interesting as the theory of evolution. With twists, turns, and mind-blowing revelations Darwinism fascinates and enlightens.
This book introduces sexual selection theory, a branch of evolutionary theory invented by Darwin but only recently coming into its own.
Miller argues that much of what is unique about the human mind is a product not of natural selection for survival, but of sexual selection for reproduction.