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"History will remember Nobel Prize — winning physicist Feynman (1918 — 1988), for his work in quantum physics and his role in the investigation of the explosion of the Challenger space shuttle. Contemporary readers and listeners, however, will remember him best for his reputation as a free-thinking iconoclast whose personal adventures were hilarious, insightful and inspiring. Todd does a fabulous job of conveying Feynman's infectious enthusiasm and childlike sense of wonder with his energetic portrayal of the scientist. He's adept even in difficult sections, such as when Feynman 'speaks Italian' and 'Chinese' — inventing completely made-up but accurate sounding languages. Todd does a good job of portraying Feynman's inquisitive manner and conveys the book's message and attitude with aplomb. While he sounds nothing like the late physicist (Feynman — the subject of James Gleick's Genius — had a thick Long Island accent and sounded more like a cross between Yogi Bear and The Honeymooners' Ed Norton), Todd's clean, polite voice is a revelation. Based on the Norton paperback. (Oct.)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)

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ISBN:
9780786177288
Read:
Todd, Raymond
Publisher:
Blackstone Audiobooks
Read by:
Todd, Raymond
Read:
Todd, Raymond
Author:
Feynman, Richard Phillips
Subject:
Essays
Subject:
Personal Memoirs
Subject:
Scientists - General
Subject:
Biography-Scientists
Edition Description:
Retail
Publication Date:
20051031
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Compact Disc
Language:
English
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5.81x5.17x1.45 in. .62 lbs.
Media Run Time:
690

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "History will remember Nobel Prize — winning physicist Feynman (1918 — 1988), for his work in quantum physics and his role in the investigation of the explosion of the Challenger space shuttle. Contemporary readers and listeners, however, will remember him best for his reputation as a free-thinking iconoclast whose personal adventures were hilarious, insightful and inspiring. Todd does a fabulous job of conveying Feynman's infectious enthusiasm and childlike sense of wonder with his energetic portrayal of the scientist. He's adept even in difficult sections, such as when Feynman 'speaks Italian' and 'Chinese' — inventing completely made-up but accurate sounding languages. Todd does a good job of portraying Feynman's inquisitive manner and conveys the book's message and attitude with aplomb. While he sounds nothing like the late physicist (Feynman — the subject of James Gleick's Genius — had a thick Long Island accent and sounded more like a cross between Yogi Bear and The Honeymooners' Ed Norton), Todd's clean, polite voice is a revelation. Based on the Norton paperback. (Oct.)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
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