Tesla, Man Out of Time - Chapter 21, Radar; Chapter 22, The Guest of Honor Summary & Analysis

Margaret Cheney
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Through these two chapters it becomes apparent that our inventor's life has another cycle of difficulties followed by improved conditions. It is a bit sad and perhaps disconcerting to discover that the inventor may not have been happy for quite a bit of his life. He may have been, but even the author is not able to say so with definite certainty. Goal achievement brings one source of pleasure and happiness but when done with such extremity as Tesla's, it is often at the expense of other types of happiness, such as that in a stable social and family life.

During these years he was able to achieve more. This time, his work was cultivating the fundamentals of radar. His intention, now during World War I, was to figure out how to find...

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