By Fermi, Enrico; Oppenheimer, J. Robert; Szilard, Leo; Oppenheimer, J. Robert; Szilard, Leo; Millet, Lydia; Fermi, Enrico
Acclaimed writer Lydia Millet's newest novel is a black-comic journey de strength depicting atomic bomb creators Robert Oppenheimer, Enrico Fermi, and Leo Szilard. regardless of being lifeless, those scientists are noticed in Santa Fe by way of a shy librarian named Ann. She turns into confident they're actual and, to the dismay of her husband, devotes herself to them. The trio quick collect a sugar daddy? a tender pothead millionaire from Tokyo? and an unlimited cult following of hippies, Christians, New Agers, bikers, A-bomb survivors, and curious anthropologists who subscribe to them on an RV pilgrimage to Washington, D.C. Read more...
summary: Acclaimed writer Lydia Millet's most up-to-date novel is a black-comic journey de strength depicting atomic bomb creators Robert Oppenheimer, Enrico Fermi, and Leo Szilard. regardless of being useless, those scientists are noticed in Santa Fe through a shy librarian named Ann. She turns into confident they're actual and, to the dismay of her husband, devotes herself to them. The trio quick gather a sugar daddy? a tender pothead millionaire from Tokyo? and an enormous cult following of hippies, Christians, New Agers, bikers, A-bomb survivors, and curious anthropologists who subscribe to them on an RV pilgrimage to Washington, D.C
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The wine, she said aloud in recognition. White wine made her maudlin. Looking into her face in the mirror she flicked out the bathroom light and her face disappeared in the blankness of dark. Then, climbing into bed again, gently to keep the mattress from jiggling, she thought: We both lie here every night with secrets all around us. The truth of it grazed her like a feather, brushing as faintly as a breeze but leaving a burn of feeling in its wake. We have no knives, no guns, no weapons, we have no armor at all, we lie here without barriers, near a paper-thin window, she thought, and shivered under the blankets.
Fullness surged. Of course he did have preferences beyond the fact of her existence; but that was all they were, a set of requests. Nothing was actually necessary beyond what he already had, any added pleasure or comfort he was willing to forgo if need be. In the center were the two of them, bound together, and what rotated, what clung, what distant satellite might orbit them in a faint attraction, far out from the core held fast, was mostly empty space. Before the Trinity test, the physicist Edward Teller—later known as the Father of the Hydrogen Bomb, a famously passionate advocate for the nuclear arms buildup—calculated that the heat of the first atomic explosion might be sufficient to ignite and consume the world’s atmosphere.
That and the mystery of the young boy’s trousers, held beneath his buttocks by some invisible force. These questions must be answered. Watching the video he registered not the strange, anomalous cloud but the rest of what he had lost, the vacuum that was left. That was what it looked like at a glance. It was sucking a vacuum on the ground, blistering a hole in the sky. It was vengeance on them all: it was the unspeakable and the divine. It had taken everything. The people he had known, he’d been with yesterday, all gone, gone from him now or he was gone from them, a robbed soul, a victim.
Oh pure and radiant heart by Fermi, Enrico; Oppenheimer, J. Robert; Szilard, Leo; Oppenheimer, J. Robert; Szilard, Leo; Millet, Lydia; Fermi, Enrico