Albert Einstein

Standard Name: Einstein, Albert


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Intertextuality and Influence Theodora Benson
Robert Browning 's poem to Emily Patmore , the original angel in the house, is quoted at the head of the first chapter. Unlike TB 's first novel, this is a romance with a consummated...
Textual Production Amabel Williams-Ellis
One of her Spectator projects was an unsuccessful attempt to increase its coverage of developing scientific issues, such as the work of Einstein , Ernest Rutherford , and Niels Bohr .
Williams-Ellis, Amabel. All Stracheys Are Cousins. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1983.
Despite this failure...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Ruth Fainlight
The thirteen poems here run from A Forecast (in which the poet imagines a time ten years hence when she will have forgotten the sensuous pleasure of her present life and become As urban and...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Wyndham Lewis
He examines the work of Gertrude Stein (whom he counsels to get out of english) and popular writer Anita Loos (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes), as well as Bergson , Einstein , Pound , Joyce , and others.
Oldsey, Bernard Stanley, editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 15. Gale Research, 1983.
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Laura Riding
The volume was, says Elizabeth Friedmann , largely a response to the ideas of Wyndham Lewis .
Friedmann, Elizabeth. A Mannered Grace. Persea Books, 2005.
LR sets out to free the poet from the restrictions imposed by the synthetic or collective notion...


14 March 1879
Albert Einstein , formulator of the theory of relativity, was born in Ulm, Germany.
Albert Einstein received his doctorate from the University of Zurich and published three ground-breaking papers, the second of which proposed what is now known as the special theory of relativity.
September 1914
The Manifesto of the 93 German Intellectuals to the Civilised World provoked outrage among British and French intellectuals and a counter document from Albert Einstein .
6 November 1919
Published observations of a solar eclipse, made in Brazil and West Africa by two sets of British astronomers, confirmed Albert Einstein 's theory of relativity.
23 December 1954
The BBC broadcast a hard-hittingradio talk by Bertrand Russell : Man's Peril, about the threat of nuclear war and the need for action to avoid it.
18 April 1955
Albert Einstein , formulator of the relativity theory, died in Princeton, New Jersey.


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