Great essays by Nobel prize winners. Edited by Leo Hamalian and Edmond L. Volpe.

; Volpe, Edmond Loris, editor
New York, Noonday Press [1960] .

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Other Authors Volpe, Edmond Loris,
Subjects Essays.
Nobel Prize winners.
Nobel Prizes.
Description 334 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Contents A meeting with Mark Twain / Rudyard Kipling -- Oriental singing / Selma Lagerlöf ; translated by Florence and Naboth Hedir -- Women / Anatole France -- Killing for sport / George Bernard Shaw -- Anton Chekhov : an essay / Thomas Mann ; translated by Richard and Clara Winston and Tania and James Stern -- Castles in Spain / John Galsworthy -- The death of Gide / Roger Martin du Gard -- The brothers Karamazov, or, The downfall of Europe : thoughts on reading Dostoevsky / Herman Hesse ; translated by Harvey Gross -- Hamlet / Thomas Stearns Eliot -- Man will prevail / William Faulkner -- An author and his work / François Mauriac -- Rebellion and art / Albert Camus ; translated by Anthony Bower -- Translating Shakespeare / Boris Pasternak ; translated by Manya Harari -- Caesar / Theodor Mommsen -- Back to religion / Rudolf Eucken -- East and West / Rabindranath Tagore -- The place of music in general history / Romain Rolland -- Why do we laugh? / Henri Bergson -- The eagle and the serpent / Johannes V. Jensen -- Marriage and morals / Bertrand Russell -- The renunciation of thought / Albert Schweitzer -- The fundaments of theoretical physics / Albert Einstein -- Unity of knowledge / Niels Bohr -- Brain collaborates with psyche / Charles Scott Sherrington -- Science as a means of international understanding / Werner Karl Heisenberg -- The social evolution of man / Thomas Hunt Morgan -- The future of understanding / Erwin Schrödinger -- Scientist and humanist / I.I. Rabi -- Science and common sense / Percy Williams Bridgman -- The future of man in the atomic age / Nikolai Nikolaevich Semenov.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)310117
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WorldCat Identities Hamalian, Leo,
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