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Hardcover  Æ Feynman PDF/EPUB Ê Richard Feynman: physicistNobel winnerbestselling authorsafecracker In this substantial graphic novel biography, First Second presents the largerthanlife exploits of Nobelwinning quantum physicist, adventurer, musician, worldclass raconteur, and one of the greatest minds of the twentieth century: Richard Feynman Written by nonfiction comics mainstay Jim Ottaviani and brilliantly illustrated by First Second author Leland Myrick, Feynman tells the story of the great man's life from his childhood in Long Island to his work on the Manhattan Project and the Challenger disaster Ottaviani tackles the bad with the good, leaving the reader delighted by Feynman's exuberant life and staggered at the loss humanity suffered with his death Anyone who ever wanted to know about Richard P Feynman, quantum electrodynamics, the fine art of the bongo drums, the outrageously obscure nation of Tuva, or the development and popularization of the field of physics in the United States need look no further than this rich and joyful work• One of School Library Journal's Best Adult BooksTeens titles of• One of Horn Book's Best Nonfiction Books of


10 thoughts on “Feynman

  1. Seth T. Seth T. says:

    Feynman

    Somewhere around two years ago, I ran into


  2. Greta G Greta G says:

    I was really disappointed by this graphic novel.
    The storytelling was weak, disjointed and confusing. I struggled to finish it and was bored most of the time while reading it.

    Maybe it was just me...


  3. B Schrodinger B Schrodinger says:

    I have been slow to discover the delights of Feynman, but I recognise a similar thinker, albeit a much, much brighter man. I love his famous BBC interview that was towards the end of his life and I did greatly enjoy his autobiographical sections in Six Easy Pieces.


  4. Tim Tim says:

    I really enjoyed this graphic biography. I found it much more engaging (perhaps because the subject was more engaging) than Logicomics, to which it will likely be compared. Unlike Na


  5. Robert Robert says:

    A comic-book biography of Nobel Prize winning theoretical physicist Richard Feynman?! It's an idea quirky enough to have pleased the man himself, I think. It's a great way of finding out about a great scientist without risk of ever getting bored and would make a fine first book


  6. Calista Calista says:

    A graphic novel about a famous Mathematician and Physicist. Wow! I loved this book. I have been wanting to read about Feynman and this was a great introduction to who this nobel prize winning physicist is. He was so different than you would think he is. It has little math or phy


  7. Sesana Sesana says:

    A graphic novel biography. There are a few of these floating around now, and I think it's a format that's best suited for scientists and artists. People whose lives will necessarily have graphic elements. Now, I knew very little about Feynman going into this book, and it would pr


  8. Chad Chad says:

    Too disjointed, showing bits and pieces of Feynman's life without much connecting it all together. The art didn't grab me either.

    The book jacket claims Feynman was a lot of fun at parties, but that doesn't shine through much in the book itself. I didn't realize some o


  9. David Schaafsma David Schaafsma says:

    Great art. Seems to capture various dimensions of the guy very well, and even get at the ineffability of explaining certain of his physics discoveries, which he admitted he couldn't fully understand himself. I grew tired of him; the idea is that he is sort of Aspergerishly off-putt


  10. Dan Dan says:

    Anyone who knows anything about anything knows I'm a know-nothing when it comes to math and physics. This is probably the fault of the Arizona public school system. Despite this lack of knowledge I quite liked this graphic novel bio. With great illustrations and not too math heavy i


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