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Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time: A Reader's Companion (1992)

by Stephen Hawking

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A brief history of time by author Stephen Hawkings, has 5 and a half million copies in print, and now we have "a reader's companion" to tell of his life and his work. This volume is much more than a reflection of the film; it is a major expansion of its content.
9 personal interviews are included that were cut from the final film including those from his mother and sister. Colleagues and fellow physicists describe the ides that shaped their work and the concept that Hawking's developed. Stephen Hawkings himself further discusses his bold ideas.

I heartily recommend this reader's companion to all who are fascinated with physics, and Mr. Hawking's. ( )
  bakersfieldbarbara | May 24, 2014 |
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This is a reader's companion to A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME, and is largely concerned with the film adaptation of the book. It should not be combined with the book itself or with the film.
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Based on a documentary film on Hawking and his work, this reader's companion features candid personal interviews with Hawking's family and friends, personal photographs, and illustrations of his theories. 250,000 first printing. $250,000 ad/promo. Movie tie-in.

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