My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla Short Essay - Answer Key

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1. Why did Tesla choose to write about his childhood?

Tesla chose to write about his childhood because he knew that much of his success in inventing came from the things he experienced in his early life.

2. What caused Tesla some reluctance in writing about his childhood?

Tesla was a bit reluctant to write about his childhood because he felt some shame in the fact that he suppressed his talent for inventing in his early years.

3. What did Tesla do in response to the death of his brother?

When Tesla's older brother tragically died as a child, Tesla buried some of his talent for inventing and lived as he felt in the shadow of his brother's memory.

4. What kind of hallucinations did Tesla have as a child?

As a child, Tesla used to get vivid hallucinations of past memories that would be replayed before his eyes in vivid detail.

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