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Book review: The Double Helix, by James D. Watson

This book complements that written by the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA, Francis Crick. Like Crick, Watson gives us a very personal and readable account. It is very much a young man's book - Watson was in his early twenties at the time when these events occurred. He, of course, is American, and there are some amusing comments on life in postwar Britain, with continuing scarcity of food and lack of adequate heating in houses. [more]


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