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Actress Anna Karina, who graces the cover of the LP version, also enjoyed a parallel career as a recording artist. It was rare for a French artist of the s to record in English, or release a record in the UK. Although she recorded some great up-tempo numbers, dramatic Timi Yuro-esque ballads were the real forte of Liz Brady. Evelyne Courtois started out in all-girl band Les Petites Souris. Elsa looked not unlike Cher, and performed in a similar jangly folk rock style too.
She also recorded as Nicole Darde her real name and with her boyfriend Claude in the duo Arc-en-Ciel. For all other territories packaging is free and postage is charged on a weight basis. We use Royal Mail First Class for UK deliveries and standard Air Mail for all other territories, very large orders will usually be sent via parcelforce. While very discreet about her personal life, Blais is nonetheless often invited to participate in discussions about LGBTQ2 literature, and her work is also studied from that perspective see Queer Culture.
Because it is the nature of human beings to want to change, to want to exist in the universe, not just in their own country, and to have a universal understanding of others. In , Blais moved with Meigs to Bretagne, France. After spending some years in Europe, the two women settled in Montreal , where Blais continues to write prolifically. Montreal and the Eastern Townships have inspired her and served as a backdrop for many of her works.
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Remember me. I forgot my password. Create Account. Accessed 10 July In The Canadian Encyclopedia. Personal biography is important to understanding science because there are different personal styles of scientific research. In the best book yet written about modern biology recently reissued in paperback , The Eighth Day of Creation, Horace Freeland Judson remarks that "as scientists understand very well, personality has always been an inseparable part of their styles of inquiry, a potent if unacknowledged factor in their results.
No art or popular entertainment is so carefully built as is science upon the individual talents, preferences and habits of its leaders. Perutz began working on haemoglobin in , but even though he worked with great dedication on the problem, he did not achieve full results until - 21 years after he started.
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Watson, on the other hand, has never worked on any problem for more than a couple of years. Yet the realisation that DNA had the structure of a double helix is probably the single most important scientific discovery of the second half of the 20th century. Watson's famous account of his partnership with Francis Crick, The Double Helix, conveys the impression that Watson spent most of his time playing tennis and chasing pretty girls.
He still plays tennis, and even today there are traces of that impatience to get on with things: Watson never finishes a sentence, always swallowing the last few words as he moves on to the next thought. There is one common factor in the biographies of successful scientists: to a surprising extent, scientists are social outsiders. The penniless Polish girl Maria Sklodowska was an outsider simply by virtue of her sex: she had to go to the Sorbonne because Warsaw University did not admit women.
Marie was a foreigner in France and from not quite the right social class in Poland. Her husband, too, was for most of his life a non-establishment figure.
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When they began their research, it was in a laboratory at the Ecole municipale de physique et chemie - an establishment definitely lacking in social cachet. It is difficult to believe that this aspect of their biographies is not relevant to understanding how they came to do such creative scientific work. The tension between social class and science is particularly evident in Britain, especially from the beginning of the 19th century. The impact of the dark satanic mills of the industrial revolution, combined with the respect for the classics engendered as part of Thomas Arnold's reforms of the English public schools, helped to spread the Platonic view that experimental science was not the occupation of gentlemen.
Science has always been a craft-based activity and the best scientists tend quite literally to be "hands on". It is no accident that the key to Watson and Crick's discovery of the double helix was that they made physical cut-out models of the molecule's component parts and tried endlessly to fit them together.
Gentlemen do not get their hands dirty in that way. So the greatest of British scientists have tended to be from the fringes of the UK, geographically or socially. Faraday, Mrs Thatcher's favourite scientist, was the son of a blacksmith and an adherent to an obscure religious sect, the Sandemanians. Maxwell, the brilliant theoretical physicist, was a Scot.
In the early 20th century, Marie Curie's contemporary, Ernest later Lord Rutherford was Britain's greatest experimental physicist: he came from New Zealand. Watson and Perutz were, of course, foreigners to Britain and while Francis Crick comes from comfortable middle-class stock, his scientific biography is unusual in that, by the time he started working with Watson, he, too, was a scientific outsider: he was over 30, had essentially failed as a physicist, and had still not obtained his PhD.
Science is not done by cold, logically correct, calculating machines. It is an intensely human activity, just as the arts are. Science requires inspiration and imagination, which means that personality, passion, and style are important.
And while Marie Curie seems to be right that scientists' sex lives do not matter, it appears that their social class does. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.
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