Really good books never die

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Really good books never die

Post by Richard Hull » Wed Jun 29, 2005 6:56 pm

I was stunned and gratified to see that Dover Books has reprinted in 2004 a classic; The Interpretation of Radium by Frederick Soddy!! It is softback, of course and is about $40.00. If one looks sharp about it, you can find a good used 1920 putnam reprint edition in hardback for the same price.

The original 1908 book is viewed elsewhere near the beginning of this forum.

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