This question is a book request. I am wondering if there are any books with these elements:
- Tells the history of Darwin's discoveries.
- Captures Darwin's changing views of the origins of species, because of his discoveries and his thinking on the subject.
- Is a modern text but incorporates some of Darwin's writings (e.g. from the Voyage of the Beagle, etc).
Note: I am not asking for a book that is just explaining the process of natural selection, rather I am looking for a historical book about Darwin's discoveries and the inception and development and eventually his publication of his theory of natural selection.