A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes

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From the time of the ancient Greeks through the present time, this historical overview of cosmology is told by one of the most famous and fascinating scientists today. Inscription on first free page.
From the time of the ancient Greeks through the present time, this historical overview of cosmology is told by one of the most famous and fascinating scientists today. Inscription on first free page.
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AuthorStephen W. Hawking
PublisherBantam Books
PlaceLondon
Year1988
EditionReprint
ISBN9780593015186
BindingHardcover
ConditionVery Good
Dustjacket ConditionVery Good
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