The New Men

The New Men It is the onset of World War II in the fifth in the Strangers and Brothers series A group of Cambridge scientists are working on atomic fission But there are consequences for the men who are affected

  • Title: The New Men
  • Author: C.P. Snow
  • ISBN: 9781842324240
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is the onset of World War II in the fifth in the Strangers and Brothers series A group of Cambridge scientists are working on atomic fission But there are consequences for the men who are affected by it Hiroshima also causes mixed personal reactions.

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    • I enjoyed this book both for the personal story and the larger political story of the Atomic bomb. Although written in the 50's it did not feel in any way dated to me.



    • Each of the volumes in this series follows a similar pattern. The book is about the main character - Lewis Eliot - and his relationship with a key figure in his life. This is set against a backdrop of a dramatic event, and involves characters whom we may have encountered in previous volumes, or will encounter in subsequent volumes. The key relationship within this book is between Lewis Eliot and his brother Martin. We are introduced to a number of characters who have a relevance later on, like H [...]


    • I'm re-reading the Strangers and Brothers novels all out of sequence, but it doesn't matter - loving becoming reacquainted with them all.


    • "This is the best of the “Strangers and Brothers” books. It has the same protagonist, Lewis Eliot, and introduces his brother Martin. As usual there are minor characters from the previous books, but it’s not necessary to have read them to follow the story. They were minor characters then and they are minor characters now.The time frame is quite special - the end of World War II and the development of nuclear weapons, told from the inside. The evolving nature of the relationship between the [...]


    • Almost as good as 'the conscience of the rich' and 'the light and the dark' in this series. Fascinating account of the moral ambiguity felt by nuclear scientists and the government as they raced to build the Bomb during WWII. Also to relive a time when a majority of British intelligentsia were close to communism. And for me good to read so much set in Barford, Stratford and Warwick. I wonder if we did base our nuclear effort in Barford-on-Avon?



    • A good, well written, flat-on-yarn. The issue of the use of The Bomb on Japan raised within the novel, sent me scurrying back to read, John Hersey's Hiroshima. "Oh the horror, the horror!"


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