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A modern classic Einstein’s Dreams is a fictional collage of stories dreamed by Albert Einstein in 1905 when he worked in a patent office in Switzerland As the defiant but sensitive young genius is creating his theory of relativity a new conception of time he imagines many possible worlds In one time is circular so that people are fated to repeat triumphs and failures over and over In another there is a place where time stands still visited by lovers and parents clinging to their children In another time is a nightingale sometimes trapped by a bell jarNow translated into thirty languages Einstein’s Dreams has inspired playwrights dancers musicians and painters all over the world In poetic vignettes it explores the connections between science and art the process of creativity and ultimately the fragility of human existence


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    Some of the best fun I have had in recent years of reading came in the two hours it took me to read this including frantic back tracks and hop skips fantastic book Time is the hero of this collection and comes veiled in every twisted garb we can conceive or rather that Einstein can dream up Einstein in his mad canter towards discovering the most revolutionary idea in science tumbles right down an imaginary wonderland in this bookWhat comes out of the recesses of Einstein's brooding on the nature of time and its relation to our lives is a montage of dreams that stretch our imagination to its limits Time goes backwards becomes personal loops in on itself slows down and speeds up according to your speeds and even stops altogether in his various dreams But in the process we also see our own natures reflected in these bizarre behaviors that Einstein or rather Lightman subjects our protagonist toWhile each of the 'worlds' are immensely entertaining and thought provoking the real crux of the book comes out in the interludes which are the only times we meet the dreamer Einstein The book is an exploration of the twists and turns of the creative process of the blind alleys and the arcane notions the tomfoolery and the circus contortions that the creative imagination has to be twisted to before a coherent idea emergesOf the dreams numbering around thirty some are particularly imaginative while others are variations on earlier themes At first I was disappointed to encounter these variations and slight modifications until I realized that Einstein the dreamerthinker has to revisit ideas and try these mutations before he can proceed with them or discard them Some of the ideas had to be short some elaborate some gripping some boring and some outlandishly silly But through it all the constant feeling almost magical of being part of this evolution of thought and of peering into the wildest musings even if imagined that led to the conception of time as we know today makes the book a treasure to be revisited and indulged in at every opportunityDid I mention that I read the book three times today?