George Washington Carver: Scientist and Symbol

Paperback | April 30, 1999

byLinda O. McMurry

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An intimate and sensitive psychological portrait, a well informed intellectual sketch, and and unusually readable scientific treatise, this biography of Carver has a depth and a breadth of research rarely found in such studies.

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An intimate and sensitive psychological portrait, a well informed intellectual sketch, and and unusually readable scientific treatise, this biography of Carver has a depth and a breadth of research rarely found in such studies.

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An intimate and sensitive psychological portrait, a well informed intellectual sketch, and and unusually readable scientific treatise, this biography of Carver has a depth and a breadth of research rarely found in such studies.

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An intimate and sensitive psychological portrait, a well informed intellectual sketch, and and unusually readable scientific treatise, this biography of Carver has a depth and a breadth of research rarely found in such studies.

Linda O. McMurry is at North Carolina State University.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 5.31 × 7.99 × 0.91 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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An intimate and sensitive psychological portrait, a well informed intellectual sketch, and and unusually readable scientific treatise, this biography of Carver has a depth and a breadth of research rarely found in such studies.

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"An intimate and sensitive psychological portrait, a well-informed intellectual sketch, and an unusually readable scientific treatise, this biography of Carver has a depth and a breadth of research rarely found in such studies."--John Blassingame, Yale University