Broca's Brain

Broca's Brain

Reflections on the Romance of Science

Unknown - 1980
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A fascinating book on the joys of discovering how the world works, by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Cosmos and Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors.

"Magnificent . . . Delightful . . . A masterpiece. A message of tremendous hope for humanity . . . While ever conscious that human folly can terminate man's march into the future, Sagan nonetheless paints for us a mind-boggling future: intelligent robots, the discovery of extraterrestrial life and its consequences, and above all the challenge and pursuit of the mystery of the universe." -- Chicago Tribune

"Go out and buy this book, because Carl Sagan is not only one of the world's most respected scientists, he's a great writer. . . . I can give a book no greater accolade than to say I'm planning on reading it again. And again. And again." -- The Miami Herald

"The brilliant astronomer . . . is persuasive, provocative and readable." -- United Press International

"Closely reasoned, impeccably researched, gently humorous, utterly devastating." -- The Washington Post
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 1980.
Edition: First Ballantine Books edition
ISBN: 9780345336897
Branch Call Number: 128.2 SAGAN C 1980
Characteristics: xiv, 398 pages ; 18 cm.


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