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I had a very strong personal reaction to this book Sacks reminds me very much of my late fatherso it’s hard for me to judge whether it’s a good book in any objective sense.

Nor is it really a popular introduction to chemistry. Box exclusivo de Natal da Fantagraphics com obras de Carl Barks. However, it was saddening to know that he was later persuaded to give up chemistry for medicine. Books by Oliver Sacks.

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It made me think of the best works by John Gribbin that I had read many I think this is the most personal of Sacks’ books. This book was great because you can really sense the boyhood excitement, and you pick up a lot of zii chemistry trivia which I, as a chemist, especially appreciate.

His path through the world of chemistry progresses through increasing levels of complexity.

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He found its elegant simplicity in a world of chaos during World War II. It also becomes woven in with the history of chemistry and the periodic table. This can be frustrating. Oliver was surrounded by relatives that were physicians and scientist; it is no wonder he was fascinated by the world of science and had a gift for scientific inquiry.

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His family was closely connected to the Jewish community in London ko his stories about this culture are interesting and evocative; he says that this tight knit society ceased to be after the war. And we hear of his return to London, an emotionally bereft ten-year-old who found solace in his passion for learning. What strikes me as its most important quality is that it bears a restorative effect on those minds seeking to explain their own childhoods. The magic of this book is how Sacks combined the two into an engaging narrative.

There follow his years at boarding school where, though unhappy, he developed the intellectual curiosity that would shape his later life. On 1 JulyColumbia Tuhgsteno College of Physicians and Surgeons appointed Sacks to a position as professor of clinical neurology and clinical psychiatry, at the same time opening to him a tungsteo position as “artist”, which the university hoped will help interconnect disciplines such as medicine, law, and economics. This grew into differentiating the elements by their properties.