Ohanian’s book begins by presenting Einstein as a young graduate student seeking a university appointment before accepting a discouraging post as a patent clerk. The narrative is immediately engaging and sets the accessible, and often light-hearted tone carried throughout the book. Ohanian highlights Einstein’s mediocre...
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