Tesla, Man Out of Time - Chapter 19, The Nobel Affair; Chapter 20, Flying Stove Summary & Analysis

Margaret Cheney
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Each word in the section heading indicates part of the title of the next two chapters of the book. The first is dedicated to Tesla's relationship to the Nobel Prize; whereas, the second, which is chapter 20 is titled "Flying Stove." During these chapters the author continues on in her amicable yet objective writing style.

The case in point has to do with the Nobel Prize in Physics. There was a newspaper story that stated that Tesla & Edison would both win the 1915 Nobel Prize in Physics as a team. Stranger still, is that turned out to not be factually true. The author says in the end that the Nobel Committee did view Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla as their first choice, but granted it instead to a father & son team for the development of...

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