Q&A: Georgina Ferry on writing biography. Interview by Nicola Jones.


Who makes a good subject? The obvious candidates — Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie — continue to be good choices because you don’t have that initial recognition barrier to get across. You do need them to have reached the pinnacle of something. But that is not enough. If somebody has spent 60 years getting up, going to the lab and coming home… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/4631025a


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