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Surely You're Joking, Mr Feynman!: Adventures of a Curious Character School & Library Binding – 1 Oct 1999
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Clearly it's from his point of view, and only covers areas he felt like discussing, so there's very little about his marriage (although there is another book which has more detail on that), and nothing about the Challenger disaster (again, another book).
But the anecdotes are interesting, some are hilarious, and I've managed to get my son to read and enjoy this as well. His time with the Manhattan Project is a particular source of amusement, and his move to Brazil is another rich fountain of anecdotes.
The Big Bang Theory has probably brought his name to the attention of another generation of people.
You've probably got at least 2 series' worth of material in this book.
I'm no native English speaker and I had no problems following it.
I would recommend it to anyone interested (even slightly) in science, but as well to anyone who feels that he/she has to say something in this world.
A beautiful history of a man who always lived his life as he wanted and did it brilliantly!
the short chapters meant that I was constantly reading a new chapter a bit like when watching the next episode of your favorite program.
It will be just as interesting for children as for adults and gives a great insight into how science and the world in general works.
This is one of my favourite books of all time.
Not for you if you want a warts and all look at the man, but an enjoyable read nonetheless.
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