Cambridge to Paris and America: A Second Journey of Discovery
This memoir is a sequel to the author's A Journey from Wartime Europe to Self-Discovery (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2003). This sequel describes the author's years at Cambridge, from arrival as a nervous schoolboy to departure as a physics tutor and medical researcher. The work emphasizes the differences in the lifestyles of three countries (France, England and the United States) and will appeal to the readers of the first memoir as well as students of the culture of science.
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