Dr. John van Wyhe certainly has his hands full with this tremendously helpful and compelling website. As a professor at Cambridge University, he has been behind the scenes here for a number of years, and even persons with only a cursory interest in the work of Charles Darwin will find that this site warrants several visits. As noted by the site's introduction, visitors can find all of Darwin's publications here in their entirety, for a current total of over 50,000 searchable text pages and 40,000 images. Casual visitors can look over a complete list of the materials by clicking on the "Contents" section, and scholars may want to leap on over to the very thorough bibliography, which is based on R.B. Freeman's 1977 work, "The Works of Charles Darwin: An Annotated Bibliographical Handlist". The site is rounded out by a biographical sketch of the prolific scientist and historian, also included are a number of obituaries of this most unique individual.