Einstein by Corinne Maier

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...his ambitious discoveries portrayed as figurative journeys across lushly colored woods, a Möbius strip, and a maze-like giant brain. The savvy script and illustration celebrate Einstein’s life and work in a memorably imaginative visual saga.
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The third in Corinne Maier and Anne Simon's collection of graphic novels exploring the lives of some of the most influential figures in modern history lands its spotlight upon Albert Einstein, the German-born physicist who developed the theory of relativity. He is considered the most influential physicist of the twentieth century.

You've probably heard of him, but you've never seen him like this!

Anne Simon was born in 1980 in France. She studied in the Beaux-Arts in Angoulême, and then in the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, one of the most prestigious art schools in France. In 2004, she received the "New Talent" prize at the Angoulême festival, and she released her first comic book Persephone in the Underworld in 2006.

Corinne Maier was born in 1963 in Geneva. As a writer, economist, historian, and psychoanalyst, she has produced around fifteen non-fiction books on subjects like psychoanalysis, society, history, and humor. Her books are bestsellers in her native France and some (such as Hello Laziness) have been translated into several languages.

 

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Anne Simon was born in 1980 in France. She studied in the Beaux-Arts in Angoulême, and then in the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, one of the most prestigious art schools in France. In 2004, she received the "New Talent" prize at the Angoulême festival, and she released her first comic book "Persephone in the Underworld" in 2006.Corinne Maier was born in 1963 in Geneva. As a writer, economist, historian and psychoanalyst, she has produced around 15 non-fiction books on subjects like psychoanalysis, society, history and humor. Her books are bestsellers in her native France and some (such as Hello Laziness) have been translated into several languages.
 
Published June 14, 2016 by Nobrow Press. 72 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Comics & Graphic Novels, Literature & Fiction, Science & Math. Fiction
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...his ambitious discoveries portrayed as figurative journeys across lushly colored woods, a Möbius strip, and a maze-like giant brain. The savvy script and illustration celebrate Einstein’s life and work in a memorably imaginative visual saga.

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