Einstein’s Daughter: The Search for Lieserl

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In 1902, an illegitimate daughter was born to Albert Einstein. In 1903, she vanished. Now, almost a century later, Michele Zackheim follows a mystery that has bewildered Einstein scholars the world over. After five years of travel to Serbian villages wracked by years of strife, painstaking forays into the labyrinth of Central European record-keeping, and hundreds of kitchen-table conversations, Zackheim answers the question of what became of Lieserl Mar’c Einstein-and offers a fascinating look into Albert Einstein’s first marriage. “Surprising…intriguing.”-Time”[A] must-read.”-Glamour”Outright fascinating.”-New York Daily News “Intriguing…[Zackheim’s] remarkable sleuthing turns up new details of Einstein’s personal life.”-Publishers Weekly”Absorbing…What emerges along the way is a vivid impression of the grim landscape into which Einstein cast this innocent.”-San Francisco Chronicle

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