Stephen Hawking: A Biography
Hawking's childhood and early education, and the shocking diagnosis of his disease.
His early scientific work on black holes that cemented his reputation as a scientist.
How Hawking managed to remain a productive scientist and scholar despite having a debilitating illness.
The publication and success of the best-selling book A Brief History of Time, which changed the face of popular science publishing. The book includes a list of resources for further information, and a timeline of important events in the life of Hawking. Several appendices explain the details of Hawking's scientific work in more detail for those students seeking more information.
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