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His unfolding of Carrington's struggles with the scientific community showed the importance of personalities and life events in determining the course of scientific inquiry.One reviewer wrote, “The reader is left with the clear sense that science often advances in random, but very human, ways.” Ian Stewart, meanwhile, gave a dramatic account of the history of symmetry from ancient Babylon to the 21st century in (2007).builds up to an account of a horrific encounter between the English O'Rourke family, a Nigerian teenager named Little Bee, and men with machetes on a beach in Nigeria.
(2007), opens with the return of a Royal Air Force tailgunner to a German prisoner of war camp where he was interned in World War II. Using internal monologue and switching from first to second person, Kennedy explores both his troubled childhood and his decision to return to a fictional version of the war that has destroyed him.
When she is accidentally released and contacts the O'Rourkes, disaster and turmoil ensue.
James Urquhart in (2007), about a young math prodigy torn between the ambitions held for her by her father, traditional Indian expectations for girls, and the pressures typically faced by British adolescents.
Meanwhile, by Larry Elliot and Dan Atkinson, blamed deregulation and the philosophies of Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman for Britain's economic crisis.
The financial crisis also gave rise to the publication of cookbooks aimed at the cash-strapped: U. cooking guru Delia Smith reissued her 1976 classic A recent trend of science books designed to answer little questions was superseded by another thriving genre: the great sweeping panorama, linking scientific phenomena to history and human activity.
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(2007) by Rose Tremain (winner of the 2008 Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction) tackled the recent wave of economic migrants from Poland.