Pulitzer by Denis Brian
A Life

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Acclaim for Denis Brian's Einstein: A Life

"The best account.... Superb insight." --The Times (London)

"Denis Brian's convincing picture...only makes our wonder grow at Einstein's sublime achievements." --The Washington Post

"Does much to reveal the man behind the image.... Brian's intimate work proves that in literature, as in science, taking a careful look can be a rewarding endeavor." --Detroit Free Press

"A fascinating, vastly enjoyable, deeply researched and fair account of Einstein the man." --Physics World

"Exhaustively researched, almost obsessively detailed, written with unobtrusive informality, the book is exemplary as a record of Einstein's personal and professional life." --The Spectator (u.k.)

"An utterly fascinating life of a great scientist, full of new insights and very readable." --Ashley Montagu

"A fascinating read with more interesting material about Einstein as a human being than I have ever seen before.... Once I started it, I couldn't put it down." --Robert Jastrow, astrophysicist and bestselling author
 

About Denis Brian

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DENIS BRIAN is the author of Einstein: A Life (Wiley), The True Gen: An Intimate Portrait of Ernest Hemingway by Those Who Knew Him, and Genius Talk: Conversations with Nobel Scientists and Other Luminaries. He lives in West Palm Beach, Florida.
 
Published December 10, 2007 by Wiley. 448 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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And how blind to its unfearing warfare against rascality, its detection and prosecution of crime, its costly searching of knowledge to the ends of the earth, its exposure of humbug, its endless funds for the quick relief of distress.' More than a million New Yorkers agreed, because here was a pap...

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Publishers Weekly

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Brian details Pulitzer's big newspaper stories, such as "A Dastard's Deed: Cold-Blooded Treachery at Last Conquers Jesse James," concerning the official price on James's head and the confidante who betrayed him.

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Highly regarded on Broadaway, the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-Winning “Next to Normal” is coming to the Fabulous Fox Theatre in St. Louis from April 12-24.

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