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Joan Rothman Brill Presents The Life Story And Marriage Diary Of Her Parents, David And Ruth Samuel Rothman David Rothman Was Forced To Leave School After The Eighth Grade In Order To Help Support His Family However His Thirst For Knowledge And Self Study Led To His Friendship With An Icon Who Changed Man S Concept Of The Universe David Rothman Relates, Through Taped Reminiscences, His Word For Word Intellectual Discussions And Musical Evenings With Dr Albert Einstein MY FATHER AND ALBERT EINSTEIN: Biography of a Department Store owner, whose thirst for knowledge enabled his close friendship with a genius who changed man¿s concepts of the universe


About the Author: Joan Brill

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3 thoughts on “MY FATHER AND ALBERT EINSTEIN: Biography of a Department Store owner, whose thirst for knowledge enabled his close friendship with a genius who changed man¿s concepts of the universe

  1. Jean Jean says:

    This book portrays a side of Albert Einstein that you do not read about in history books As Joan Brill depicts the story of her father s friendship with Mr Einstein, she also charms the readers with the story of her parents deep love for each other over the decades of their marriage.


  2. Norma B. Webb Norma B. Webb says:

    Joan Brill has honored her father and his friend Dr Einstein by a generous sharing of her dad s own notes about their friendship and how it grew.


  3. Sheila M. Bondarchuk Sheila M. Bondarchuk says:

    The photos by photogher, Reginald Donahue, were wonderful but the writing was very poor and not interesting at all It seemed to be a promotion of the author herself, instead of the relationship of her father and Albert Einstein.


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