Where Do You Stop?: The Personal History, Adventures, Experiences, and Observations of Peter Leroy (Continued)

Where Do You Stop?: The Personal History, Adventures, Experiences, and Observations of Peter Leroy (Continued)

Where Do You Stop The Personal History Adventures Experiences and Observations of Peter Leroy Continued Where do you stop is the question posed by Miss Rheingold the intoxicating new teacher of Peter Leroy s junior high school class That question forms the basis of a science paper that Peter spends thi

  • Title: Where Do You Stop?: The Personal History, Adventures, Experiences, and Observations of Peter Leroy (Continued)
  • Author: Eric Kraft
  • ISBN: 9780312119324
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • Where do you stop is the question posed by Miss Rheingold, the intoxicating new teacher of Peter Leroy s junior high school class That question forms the basis of a science paper that Peter spends thirty years trying to complete along the way exploring quantum physics, entropy, epistemology, principles of uncertainty and discontinuity, and a range of Life s Big Questio Where do you stop is the question posed by Miss Rheingold, the intoxicating new teacher of Peter Leroy s junior high school class That question forms the basis of a science paper that Peter spends thirty years trying to complete along the way exploring quantum physics, entropy, epistemology, principles of uncertainty and discontinuity, and a range of Life s Big Questions.Deceptively simple and warmly engaging, Eric Kraft s novel is an ingenious portrait of a small American town in the 1950s, when the atom seemed to hold the key to the mystery of creation, as well as the power to utterly destroy it.

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    One receives the impression that this book is targeted towards a younger demographic, and yet it is a nostalgic read in a way that younger readers will most likely not fully appreciate. This is a book about the mind of a younger person and the novelty of discovery that for most will eventually wear off. It offers the notion that younger minds might penetrate reality in a way that older ones cannot, and that they can then emerge from the experience far more appreciative of the knowledge gained. E [...]

    This is one of my favorites of Kraft's - brings issues of race and desegregation into the mix of issues raised (in a cheerful, tongue-in-cheek kind of way).

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