History provides the backdrop for these two stories two dramas. In Marie Benedict’s The Other Einstein, Mileva Marić, a Serbian woman of modest means, becomes one of the few women to study math and science at the Zurich Polytechnic School. There, she gains the attention of a young Albert Einstein, who admires her maths but is more interested in romance than collaboration. In this “compelling” drama, we see the price of romance on the life of a gifted woman. News of the World by Paulette Jiles is a ‘taut, evocative story” (Publishers Weekly) set in post–Civil War Texas. Capt. Jefferson Kyle Kidd, an army veteran in his 70s, undertakes a 400-mile odyssey from Wichita Falls to San Antonio with a reluctant girl, who has been recused from the Kiowa nation. She has no memory of her life before she was kidnapped, speaks no English, and chafes at domestication. Jiles, a poet before becoming a novelist, shows her gift with words in this lyrical tale.
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A Message from the Nichols Library Board of Trustees
January 4, 2021
We are reviewing recommendations issued by the State of New Hampshire and “best practices” put forth by the State Library to ascertain how to best serve the public while providing a safe workplace for our employees. We are being careful and thoughtful as we move towards reopening our Library. Hopefully, this will happen in the near future on a limited basis. Your continuing patience and understanding is much appreciated.
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