Albert Einstein - Arko Dewri Mrs. Dewey English 9H, Period...

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Arko Dewri Mrs. Dewey English 9H, Period 2 11/03/2009 Outside Reading Essay The life of Albert Einstein is very significant to our society. Einstein is the first human being to discover that energy is equal to mass times the speed of light squared. He is considered as a great physicist in our society. But all the credits and renown he received did not reach him very easily. In fact, he had to struggle being an immigrant from Germany. Still Einstein didn’t stop performing his researches and experiment. Besides, the tasks he have done outside his researches, which have not been credited, are even greater than his researches. All his works for ethic humanism and bolstering the people, Jews, who have been affected by World War II, were very astounding. The biography of Einstein, Einstein in America by Jamie Sayen, shows Einstein in his different stages of age helping people and at the same time carrying the great works of physics. This biography also takes no time to motivate the young generations to reach their goal for success. The first chapter of the biography starts in 1933, before the World War II describing the conflicts between the Jews and the parties of Adolf Hitler. Then in the next chapter it goes back to the birth of Einstein and therefore explains Einstein’s whole life from his birth in the rest of the chapters. Einstein was born in 1879. Just before 1750, Einstein’s ancestors settled in the city of Ulm, in Germany, where he is born. During his childhood, Einstein had to turn away from Orthodox Judaism (his religion) when World War I was taking place, but between all these conflicts, his parents didn’t forget to provide him and his sister with secure and happy environment. Einstein learned to love music of Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven and went to fine
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Albert Einstein - Arko Dewri Mrs. Dewey English 9H, Period...

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