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Book review: Genius, by James Gleick

The title of this book is certainly uncompromising. Some people are not very happy with the concept of genius, and at one point Gleick discusses this question. He offers no precise definition but he makes it clear that, whatever one's idea of a genius may be, Feynman certain qualifies as an example. [More]

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