Einstein and the Poet: In Search of the Cosmic Man
Centering on the close 34-year relationship with Einstein, the author begins this absorbing book by describing his vow on the battlefield of Verdun: 'God, save me, and I will serve you as long as I live.' A member of the League for Human Rights, the Alexander von Humboldt International Club, and other peace organizations, Professor Hermanns became a disciple of Albert Einstein.
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Review: Einstein and the Poet: In Search of the Cosmic ManUser Review - Tyler - Goodreads
Although the book predates postmodernism, I would call Hermanns' book a "postmodern" approach to the art of biography. Hermanns injects himself and his experiences into this biography and limits his ... Read full review
Review: Einstein and the Poet: In Search of the Cosmic ManUser Review - Goodreads
That was a Great book! Many facts about Einstein which you didn't know before Read full review