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Laura Fermi Archives
Laura Fermi • 10 Items / 5 Books, 4 Articles, 1 Review
Atoms in the Family (1954)
My Life With Enrico Fermi
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Published Reviews
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    A Housewife on the Atom (Review)
    Atoms in the Family, by Laura Fermi
    1. Atoms in the Family by Laura Fermi
    The Nation, November 27, 1954, p. 467
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    A Physicist's Ways (Review)
    Atoms in the Family, by Laura Fermi
    1. Atoms in the Family by Laura Fermi
    The New Republic, November 1, 1954, p. 18
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    At Home With the Atom (Review)
    Atoms in the Family, by Laura Fermi
    1. Atoms in the Family by Laura Fermi
    The Saturday Review, October 30, 1954, p. 12
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    Book Notes (3 Reviews)
    Rebel Rose, by Ishbel Ross
    1. Rebel Rose by Ishbel Ross
    2. American Ways of Life by George R. Stewart
    3. Atoms in the Family by Laura Fermi
    The Reporter, September 23, 1954, pp. 55-58
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    Nobel Prize Winners and Views of America
    1. My Several Worlds by Pearl S. Buck
    2. Atoms in the Family by Laura Fermi
    3. Great River: The Rio Grande in North American History by Paul Horgan
    4. The Spoor of Spooks, and Other Nonsense by Bergen Evans
    5. Woodland Flowers by Jeannette Klute
    The Harpers Monthly, December 1954, pp. 90-101
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (10 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. The Spoor of Spooks, and Other Nonsense by Bergen Evans
    2. Atoms in the Family by Laura Fermi
    3. The Works of Oscar Wilde by George F. Maine and Oscar Wilde
    4. The Epigrams of Oscar Wilde by Alvin Redman and Oscar Wilde
    5. Son of Oscar Wilde by Vyvyan Holland
    6. The Worcester Account by S.N. Behrman
    7. Treadmill to Oblivion by Fred Allen
    8. Nanga Parbat by Karl M. Herrligkoffer
    9. More Stories by Frank O'Connor
    10. Great River: The Rio Grande in North American History by Paul Horgan
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1954, pp. 88-93
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (12 Reviews)
    The Mad Reader, by Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Davis, Bill Elder, and Wallace Wood, ...
    1. The Mad Reader by Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Davis, Bill Elder, and Wallace Wood, ...
    2. The Treasury of Science Fiction Classics by Harold W. Kuebler
    3. Atoms in the Family by Laura Fermi
    4. Celestial Space, Inc. by Charles Ira Coombs
    5. Star Science Fiction Stories, No. 3 by Frederik Pohl
    6. The Complete Book of Helicopters by D.N. Ahnstrom
    7. The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien
    8. The Broken Sword by Poul Anderson
    9. Earthman, Come Home by James Blish
    10. Find the Constellations by H.A. Rey
    11. The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction, Fourth Series by Anthony Boucher
    12. Apparitions by G.N.M. Tyrrell
    Galaxy Science Fiction, May 1955, pp. 113-117
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    Brief Comments (17 Reviews)
    Eighteen outstanding books of the previous quarter
    1. A Study of History by Arnold J. Toynbee
    2. Charlemagne: From the Hammer to the Cross by Richard Winston
    3. George Washington: A Biography, Vol. VI by Douglas Southall Freeman
    4. Bent's Fort by David Lavender
    5. The Last War Trail by Robert Emmitt
    6. The Day of the Cattleman by Ernest Staples Osgood
    7. The State of Alaska by Ernest Gruening
    8. Great River: The Rio Grande in North American History by Paul Horgan
    9. The Self-Made Man in America by Irvin G. Wyllie
    10. Main Street on the Middle Border by Lewis Atherton
    11. Youth's Companion by Lovell Thompson
    12. Morals and Medicine by Joseph Fletcher
    13. Atoms in the Family by Laura Fermi
    14. The Private Diaries of Stendhal by Robert Sage and Stendhal
    15. Collected Poems by Wallace Stevens
    16. George Pierce Baker and the American Theatre by Wisner Payne Kinne
    17. A Treasury of Irish Folklore by Padraic Colum
    The American Scholar, Spring 1955, pp. 226-242