Carl Sagan

Carl Sagan

A Life

Book - 1999
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Baker & Taylor
A biography of the astronomer reveals an intellectually astute and emotionally tempestuous man who found himself involved in a host of controversial activities, from visiting Timothy Leary in prison to protesting nuclear weapons, while serving as a visionary voice of the scientific community

Baker
& Taylor

The biography of one of the most recognized and alluring personalities in twentieth-century science reveals an intellectually astute and emotionally tempestuous man who found himself involved in a host of controversial activities, from visiting Timothy Leary in prison to protesting nuclear weapons, while serving as a visionary voice of the scientific community. 75,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Wiley, 1999
ISBN: 9780471252863
0471252867
Branch Call Number: B SAG
Characteristics: xx, 540 p. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Sagan, Carl 1934-1996

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morrisonist Dec 16, 2015

We are the universe, expiring itself for a little while.

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kschulz064
May 21, 2015

Good stuff. Very thorough, well-paced account of Carl Sagan's life. I kind of get the feeling that the author started hating Carl Sagan by the end of his research.

Certainly a very well-researched, detailed yet interesting read.

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