The Private Lives of Albert Einstein

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Macmillan, Mar 15, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 376 pages
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This controversial account of Albert Einstein's scandalous personal life challenges the image of this genius, painting a shocking portrait that exposes him as "an adulterous, egomaniacal misogynist who may have even beaten his first wife"(The New York Times Sunday Magazine). Photos.

 

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Contents

First Love
8
Johnnie and Dollie
33
The Delicate Subject
59
My Only Companion
88
Starved for Love
118
An Amputated Limb
169
The Holy One
189
The Searchers Burden
218
All an Illusion
243
Keepers of the Flame
273
NOTES AND REFERENCES
286
BIBLIOGRAPHY
342
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About the author (1994)

Roger Highfield is science editor of The Daily Telegraph and a regular broadcaster on the BBC. He lives in London.

Paul Carter is professorial research fellow at the Australian Centre, University of Melbourne, and the author of "Repressed Spaces: The Poetics of Agoraphobia," also published by Reaktion Books.

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