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A true genius or simply a charlatan? Here we have in the third round, following on from ‘Marx’ and ‘Freud’, an illustrated biography of the most famous of scholarly icons: Albert Einstein. If you are allergic to the sciences, have no fear! Corinne Maier’s gentle, funny and instructive style helps you dredge up your college physics knowledge without the slightest of headaches. Here you will discover the little known life of the kindly, mustachioed scientist; his moments of glory, of course, but also his mistakes, his loves, his convictions and his caprices. In the same graphic style as the previous works , the joyful script by Anne Simon blows the dust off physics, sometimes an abstruse discipline, and puts life back into the intellectual society of the early 19th century.