Peter Medawar was an extremely succesful scientist who won the Nobel Prize in 1960. Nine years later, at the age of 54, he was crippled by a cerebral haemorrhage. This is his widow's story of her life with Sir Peter. It provides an insight into the life of a significant 20th-century scientist, and is a companion to his own autobiography, "Memoir of a Thinking Radish".
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Descrizione libro OXFORD PAPERBACKS, 1991. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 192828541