Monday, 27 June 2022

A Chemist who Loves to Cook – Part 1 - Reading 11

The bright orange color with a cute illustration of this book was attractive and charming, “Lessons in Chemistry” by Bonnie Garmus.

It seems a serious reading following the word “lessons” even more “in Chemistry”.



Image 1- Book cover of Lessons in Chemistry

I was so excited to read this novel, what the chemistry things in this book. This book is the first edition (2022), 386 pages, published by Doubleday.

If you are thinking, this book will challenge you about your memory of some chemistry courses from schools, it could be the chemistry language for salt and water.

Moreover, this is a fabulous book about a bright chemist lady who recognize as a famous cooking show “Supper at Six”



Image 2- Purple flower in the summer

The story back to year 1961. The protagonist, Elizabeth Zott, is a Chemist. She works in the research center, Hasting Research Institute, that dominance by male.

At work she met Calvin Evans, a brilliant, lonely, Noble Prize nominated guy.



Image 3- Just for illustration

Garmus, the author, portrayed how the first time Elizabeth had conversation with Evans in the Chemistry Lab.



Image 4- A house in the city, illustration

From here, we also know how the Chemistry Lab in the past with all the graduates, beakers, and Bunsen burners.

It is a lovely first meeting between the two scientists. Elizabeth needs some beakers for her chemistry research, then finally she gets them in Evans’ room.

Evans does not know that she is also a scientist until he walks down to her room, then asks her about his beakers, but she ignores him, and she keeps busy doing her job with Bunsen burner.

# To be continued to Part 2

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12 comments:

  1. Sounds interesting, glad you enjoyed reading it.

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  2. I liked the presentation. Must be very interesting. Nice days.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Chemist who Love to Cook – Part 1 - Reading 11
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      The bright orange color with a cute illustration of this book was attractive and charming, “Lessons in Chemistry” by Bonnie Garmus.

      It seems a serious reading following the word “lessons” even more “in Chemistry”.

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  3. Sounds great! Cute cover!

    Happy Tuesday!

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  4. Bueno esperemos que entre tanta química surga la de ellos , ajjaja. Un abrazo.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Chemist who Love to Cook – Part 1 - Reading 11
      -
      Image 1- Book cover of Lessons in Chemistry

      I was so excited to read this novel, what the chemistry things in this book. This book is the first edition (2022), 386 pages, published by Doubleday.

      If you are thinking, this book will challenge you about your memory of some chemistry courses from schools, it could be the chemistry language for salt and water.

      Moreover, this is a fabulous book about a bright chemist lady who recognize as a famous cooking show “Supper at Six”

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  5. this books sounds interesting;)

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  6. Sounds interesting, thanks for sharing. Take care, have a great day!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Chemist who Love to Cook – Part 1 - Reading 11
      -
      Image 2- Purple flower in the summer

      The story back to year 1961. The protagonist, Elizabeth Zott, is a Chemist. She works in the research center, Hasting Research Institute, that dominance by male.

      At work she met Calvin Evans, a brilliant, lonely, Noble Prize nominated guy.

      Delete
  7. Olá amiga.
    Mais uma excelente sugestão de leitura aqui nos trazes.
    Será por certo um ótimo romance.

    Ótima semana.

    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Chemist who Love to Cook – Part 1 - Reading 11
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      Image 3- Just for illustration

      Garmus, the author, portrayed how the first time Elizabeth had conversation with Evans in the Chemistry Lab.

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