May prize draw
On 11 May 2018 it will have been 100 years since Richard Feynman was born! To mark the 100th birthday of this brilliant man, we are offering this month’s prize draw winner a copy of: ‘Surely You’re Joking, Mr Feynman!’ and Albert Einstein’s Relativity. Delve into the minds of two of the world’s greatest physicists, and their amazing ability to make sense of our universe.
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‘Surely You’re Joking, Mr Feynman!’ is an autobiographical collection of essays, introduced by Professor Brian Cox and illustrated by Aude van Ryn. These essays give insight into the world of academic physics, and the glorious mind of ‘Mr Feynman’. Richard Feynman makes physics not only approachable, but also exciting; full of practical jokes and his eccentric literary voice. Find out more about our edition.
Einstein’s Relativity is an essential guide to one of the most fundamental discoveries of modern science. Einstein’s discovery: e=mc2 changed our understanding of the world. Much like the work of Feynman, Relativity is an accessible, engaging read, as Einstein's genius extends to an ability to write his ideas clearly. Our edition is introduced by Roger Penrose, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford. Find out more about our edition.
Closing date: 31 May 2018
Enter our Prize Draw every month for the chance to win a Folio Society edition. Each month a different prize will be given away.
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December 2017 - Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales and Little Women - G. Spiller
November 2017 - The Bhagavad Ghita, Fear and Trembling and The Consolation of Philosophy - Z. Moher
October 2017 - The Folio Book of Ghost Stories and Seven Gothic Tales - M. Kenny
September 2017 - The War of the Worlds and The Folio Science Fiction Anthology - D. I. Tinoco
August 2017 - Three Men in a Boat, An Omelette and a Glass of Wine and The Secret Garden - J. May
July 2017 - Jane Austen - C. Donovan
June 2017 - Ulysses - Z. Moher
May 2017 - Dracula, The Vampyre and Other Macabre Tales - A. Arksey
April 2017 - Revelations of Divine Love, The History of the Church - K. Shilliday
March 2017 - Anna Akhmatova, Emily Dickinson and Dylan Thomas - K. Liew
February 2017 - Eugene Onegin, Vita nuova and Breakfast at Tiffany’s - M. Lane
January 2017 - The Lord of the Rings - P. Whittle