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1925. The essential genius of this eminent French scientist, Fabre, lies in his ability to humanize a great phase of Nature that has long been a sealed book to the layman. The insect world, to all but the scientist, has always seemed unimportant, uninteresting and hitherto hidden in a maze of technical expressions and technical thought. But with the advent of Fabre another sun has risen to light up this little-known branch of human knowledge and human interest. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.