Artists and Scientists: Biographies of Thomas Edison, William Shakespeare, Albert Einstein, and More

Artists and Scientists: Biographies of Thomas Edison, William Shakespeare, Albert Einstein, and More

Written by:
Kelly Mass
Narrated by:
Chris Newman
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
August 2023
6 hours 3 minutes
This bundle contains 5 titles, which are the following:

Marie Curie - Marie Salomea Skodowska Curie was a Polish-born, naturalized-French researcher and chemist who originated radioactivity research. She was the first woman to win the Nobel Reward, the first and only woman to win it two times, and the only individual to win the Nobel Reward in 2 different clinical classifications.

Edgar Allan Poe - Perhaps you have heard of Edgar Allan Poe. Perhaps not. Either way, this 19th-century author has received quite some fame for his works and his unique style. His mystery and gruesome horror stories, comedy, and other genres have reached far into the depths of American literature. Edgar Allan Poe had a life, a background worth studying. His experiences have led him to his career success, his published works, and many other honors.

William Shakespeare - William Shakespeare is the celebrated script writer of the most popular plays in the English language. By writing both tragedies, romances, and comedies in the 16th century, he made a name for himself and became successful in the art of drama. Shakespeare’s life and decisions led to his acclaim, and in this book, we will lay out some of the most significant changes in both his personal choices and his career.

Thomas Edison - Thomas Alva Edison, called 'America's biggest developer,' was an American developer and businessperson. In disciplines consisting of electrical power generation, mass communication, sound recording, and movie, he developed many devices.

Albert Einstein - Albert Einstein was a theoretical physicist who was born in Germany and is mainly considered one of the finest physicists of perpetuity. Even though Einstein is best acknowledged for developing the principle of relativity, he also contributed considerably to the development of quantum mechanics.
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