Uncommon genius: how great ideas are born

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Viking, Mar 14, 1990 - Psychology - 244 pages
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The author interviewed 40 winners of the coveted MacArthur Foundation Fellowships--the so-called "genius awards"--to write this thought-provoking, absorbing, literate guide to the birth of creativity.

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User Review  - Fellipe De Moraes - Goodreads

I never knew the Uncommon Genius cover had more than 1 type. My cover was different which then i struggled just a little to find it online. My english professor gave me this book to read, and write a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sandra Pedicini - Goodreads

Generally fascinating, occasionally pretentious. The author explores various aspects of creativity through interviews with 40 MacArthur fellows. One thing I found really interesting was the range of ... Read full review

Contents

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2 DESPAIR AND ISOLATION MADNESS AND MEANNESS I 8 I
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BUILDING RESILIENCY I 95
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