Einstein: The Life and Times

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HarperCollins Publishers, 1994 - Science - 880 pages
Ronald W. Clark's acclaimed biography of Einstein, the Promethean figure of our age, goes behind the phenomenal intellect to reveal the human side of the legendary absent-minded professor who confidently claimed that space and time were not what they seemed. Here is the classic portrait of the scientist and the man: the boy growing up in the Swiss Alps, the young man caught in an unhappy first marriage, the passionate pacifist who agonized over making the Bomb, the indifferent Zionist asked to head the Israeli state, and the physicist who believed in God.

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Einstein was a remarkable man. I was aware of this and knew his reputation as a brilliant scientist who postulated the theory of reletivity. But there was more to the man than this. There are three ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
9
Acknowledgments
13
PART ONE THE MAKING OF A MISSION
17
Copyright

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Clark was a distinguished historian and biographer.

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