e-Book Femme ! epub downloadAuthor: Natalie Angier
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by Natalie Angier
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Natalie Angier encourages us to celebrate the diversity of human nature and to realize that the process of cultural evolution is only just beginning. -Erica Jong, The New York Observer. O joy, O rapture unforeseen! Natalie Angier's fascinating book about the female body is a hilarious romp through, well, our innards. In a deliciously irreverent, energetic, and clear writing style, she demystifies and de-mythicizes women's anatomy and biological workings.
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Natalie Angier /ænˈdʒɪər/ (born February 16, 1958 in the Bronx, New York City) is an American nonfiction writer and a science journalist for The New York Times. Her awards include the Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting in 1991 and the AAAS Westinghouse Science Journalism Award in 1992. She is also noted for her public identification as an atheist and received the Freedom from Religion Foundation’s Emperor Has No Clothes Award in 2003.
The Canon: A Whirligig Tour of the Beautiful Basics of Science is a book written by American science author Natalie Angier. The Canon presents a summary of some of the different areas of science, as well as extensive descriptions of, and interviews with, contemporary scientists who work in these fields
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Подписчиков: 3 ты. себе: Pulitzer-prize winning science writer f. . себе: Pulitzer-prize winning science writer for the NYTimes and author of Woman, The Canon and other books.
Angier's thoughts on everything from organs to orgasm evince her famously playful originality, yet stand their ground in scientific fact.
A Pulitzer Prize-winner offers a book about femaleness -- in body and mind -- that could prove as important as The Second Sex or Our Bodies, Our Selves and as fresh as Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom.
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Natalie Angier is an American nonfiction writer and science journalist, whose books explore various scientific topics, including molecular biology and female physiology. Currently, she is a science writer at The New York Times. Gallery of Natalie Angier. 500 S State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, United States. During the period from 1974 till 1976, Natalie attended the University of Michigan. 3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027, United States. In 1978, Angier received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Barnard College. Natalie with her husband Richard Steven Weiss.