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Some Time with Feynman by Leonard Mlodinow

In 1981 a young physics graduate joined the faculty at Caltech.  He was given an office on the same corridor as Murray Gell-Mann and Richard Feynman.  This is his account of his conversations with these two giants of 20th Century physics.  It is a small, slight book - I read it in one evening and two half-hour train journeys -  but is a marvelous read, both witty and warm.

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