ALAN LIGHTMAN EINSTEIN IN DLERI PDF

ALAN LIGHTMAN EINSTEIN IN DLERI PDF

ALAN LIGHTMAN. EINSTEIN’S DREAMS. Alan Lightman was born in Memphis,. Tennessee, in and educated at. Princeton and at the California Institute. A modern classic, Einstein’s Dreams is a fictional collage of stories dreamed by Albert Einstein in , about time, relativity and physics. As. “Einstein’s Dreams,” by Alan Lightman, strives to be a kind of post-modern hybrid of science writing and fantasy. It stands partly in the tradition.

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When they pass thegiant clock on the Kramgasse they donot see it; nor do they hear its chimeswhile sending aan on Postgasse orstrolling between flowers in the Rosen-garten. When a wind blows gently lightmsn thestreet, the street is swept clean, the dirtand dust transported to the edge oftown. Each sees theother gaining time. Time is visible in allplaces. On the east end of Marktgasse,where the street joins Kramgasse, aman and woman are standing close inthe shadow of an arcade.

Also by Alan Lightman.

He goes to her house in Fri-bourg, meets her at the door, has teawith her at her kitchen table. Hehardly knows her, she could be manip-ulative, and her movements hint atvolatility, but that way her face softenswhen she smiles, that laugh, that cleveruse of words.

So he decides not to see heragain. The tragedy eintein this world is that noone is happy, whether stuck in a timeof pain or of joy. At the bakery on Marktgasse, thethick-fingered baker puts dough in theoven and sings.

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A. Lightman – Einstein’s Dreams

Theyoung man returns to his table, marvelsthat the world ends in sunlight. When a traveler from the future musttalk, he does not talk but whimpers. And, Admiral, hows the steak? Nothing could be universal andnot be divine.

Lightman – Einstein’s Dreams. The mother sees that boyishlaugh, caught in candlelight throughthe leaded windows of the restaurant,and slan is certain that no time haspassed, that her son, her child, belongswith her at home. His studies came toa halt. An old man inthe kitchen, cooking breakfast for hisgrandson, the boy gazing out the win-dow at a white painted bench. The women break their dinner rolls,butter them, carefully place theirknives on the side of the butter plates.

Outside thebakers shop, a child is skating after aball tossed from eknstein first-floor window,the childs skates clicking on the stonestreet. They run, while carryingtheir briefcases or groceries. The wife comes tothe bed and kisses her husband softlyon the forehead, whispers goodbye, andquickly leaves with the children.

Whenher son knocks at the door, she doesnot answer. Houses, towns, jobs, lovers haveall been planned to accommodate a lifeframed in one day. She huddles in a corner, thenquickly creeps across the street andcowers in another darkened spot, at alam. Everywherethe air whines and roars with the soundof motors and locomotion. Each person will be alawyer, a bricklayer, a writer, an ac-countant, a painter, a physician, afarmer.

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When this happens, birds, soil,people caught in the branching tribu-tary find themselves suddenly carriedto the past. Besso knows what that means. Vintage and colophon are registered trade-marks and Vintage Contemporaries is a trade-mark of Random House, Inc. His two young chil-dren sit on one chair in the corner ofthe room, frightened to look at theirfather, his sunken cheeks, the witheredskin of an old man.

She graduates from thegymnasium, with her parents and sistercrying tears of happiness.

For if he makes the slightest alter-ation in anything, he may destroy thefuture. On the other side of the street, thebaker observes the same scene. After all, lifetimes havepassed. These few souls, with theirdear relatives looking on, dive intoLake Constance or hurl themselves fromMonte Lema, ending their infinite lives. She wringsher hands and whines, for she wantsher son at dlei.

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The Laters reason that there is nohurry to begin their classes at the uni-versity, to learn lightmxn second language, toread Voltaire or Newton, to seek pro-motion in their jobs, to fall in love, toraise a family. Dust on a windowsill. One month before the end, busi-nesses close.

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