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Twenty-six afternoons of biology
|Statement||[by] George Wald [et al.].|
|Series||Addison-Wesley series in biology|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
My boyhood reading, first in Homer, Virgil, and Plutarch, on which we were nurtured by our Classicist-Romanticist Hungarian mother, led, upon the instigation of my poet brother, to my more thorough return to the classics as a young, too-ardent scientist-cum-physician, and to the modern literature of European authors and philosophers, which I had missed in my university days devoted too exclusively to mathematics and the sciences. She stayed in the jungle for three years, four months, and eighteen days. The world was so cool and so tough and so beautiful done. Then they tied her hands behind her back and roped her legs together. London: The Cresset Press,
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