Author:Edward Bibbins Aveling

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Edward Bibbins Aveling
English biology instructor and popular spokesman for Darwinian evolution and atheism; Socialist writer and translator; lived with Marx's daughter
Edward Bibbins Aveling


  • Physiological tables, for the use of students, 1877 external scan
  • Why I Dare Not Be a Christian. [1881].
  • Irreligion of Science. [1881].
  • The Wickedness of God. [1881].
  • The Creed of an Atheist. [1881].
  • The Student's Darwin. 1881.
  • The Plays of Shakspere...: The Substance of Four Lectures Delivered at the Hall of Science, London. [1881].
  • Biological Discoveries and Problems. [c. 1881]. external scan
  • God Dies, Nature Remains. [c. 1881].
  • Science and Secularism. 1882.
  • Botanical Tables: For the Use of Students. [1882].
  • A Godless Life: The Happiest and Most Useful. 1882.
  • Science and Religion. [1882].
  • On Superstition. [c. 1882].
  • The Borderland Between Living and Non-Living Things: A Lecture Delivered Before the Sunday Lecture Society, on Sunday Afternoon, November 5, 1882..." 1882.
  • General Biology: Theoretical and Practical. 1882. external scan
  • The Religious Views of Charles Darwin. 1883.
  • The Darwinian Theory. [c. 1883].
  • Christianity and Capitalism. With Charles L Marson and Stewart D Headlam. 1884.
  • The Curse of Capital. 1884.
  • The Darwinian Theory: Its Meaning, Difficulties, Evidence, History. 1884.
  • The Origin of Man. 1884.
  • The Factory Hell. With Eleanor Marx Aveling. 1885.
  • Monkeys, Apes and Men.1885.
  • The Woman Question. With Eleanor Marx Aveling. 1886.
  • Chemistry of the Non-Metallics. 1886.
  • Natural Philosophy for London University Matriculation. 1886.
  • Darwin Made Easy. 1887.
  • Mechanics and Experimental Science as Required for the Matriculation Examination of the University of London." 1887.
  • The Working Class Movement in America. With Eleanor Marx Aveling. 1891. external scan
  • Shelley's Socialism: Two Lectures. With Eleanor Marx Aveling. 1888.
  • Key to Mechanics. 1888.
  • Key to Chemistry. 1888.
  • Mechanics, and Light and Heat: For London University Matriculation. [1888].
  • Mechanics and Experimental Science as Required for the Matriculation Examination of the University of London: Magnetism and Electricity. 1889.
  • An Introduction to the Study of Botany. 1891.
  • The Students' Marx: An Introduction to the Study of Karl Marx' Capital. 1892. external scan
  • An American journey [1892] external scan
  • An Introduction to the Study of Geology, Specially Adapted for the Use of Candidates for the London B.Sc. and the Science and Art Department Examinations. 1893.
  • Wilhelm Liebknecht and the Social-Democratic Movement in Germany. [1896]. [external scan
  • Charles Darwin and Karl Marx: A Comparison. [c. 1897].


Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.