Galápagos

Galápagos is the eleventh novel written by American author Kurt Vonnegut. The novel questions the merit of the human brain from an evolutionary perspective. The title is both a reference to the islands on which part of the story plays out and a tribute to Charles Darwin on whose theory Vonnegut relies to reach his own conclusions. It was first published in 1985 by Delacorte Press.

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First Edition

—First Printing—
January – 1985

(Standard Hardcover)
Delacorte Publishing

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Book Club Edition

—First Printing—
1985

(Standard Hardcover)
Delacorte Publishing

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Mass Market Edition

—First Printing—
October – 1986

(Mass Market Paperback)
Dell Publishing

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Mass Market Edition

—Tenth Printing—
August – 1988

(Mass Market Paperback)
Dell (Laurel) Publishing
ISBN-13: 9780440127796
ISBN-10: 0440127793

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Trade (UK) Edition

—First Printing—
June – 1994

(Trade Paperback)
Flamingo Publishing
ISBN-13: 9780586090459
ISBN-10: 0586090452

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Trade Edition

—Third Printing—
January – 1999

(Trade Paperback)
Delta Trade Paperbacks
ISBN-13: 9780385333870
ISBN-10: 0385333870

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Trade Edition

—Thirty-Second Printing—
2009

(Trade Paperback)
Dial Press Trade Paperbacks
ISBN-13: 9780385333870
ISBN-10: 0385333870

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