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Tesla, Man Out of Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13, Hurler of Lightning; Chapter 14, Blackout at Colorado Springs Summary

Margaret Cheney
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Chapter 13, Hurler of Lightning; Chapter 14, Blackout at Colorado Springs Summary and Analysis

There are both personal and professional notes at this point in the biography. The author writes about Nikola's women friends. He was known to date and probably even was a virgin. Since he was a bachelor and did not involve himself overly much with women, the bulk of the social excitement was in the little attention that he paid to one woman or another and who he might take out to dinner. He did like women, however, and female friends in whom he had no romantic interest. The author emphasizes how much energy there may have been in the area of two women friends of his. He showed personal preference and favoritism to two women: one was a married lady who took the time to help care for the...

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