Physicist, Doctor, Archaeologist (13-Jun-1773 10-May-1829)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Daniel Louis Kline. Thomas Young, Forgotten Genius: An Annotated Narrative Biography. Cincinnati: Vidan Press. 1993. 213pp.
Kenneth Arthur Latchford. Thomas Young and the Evolution of the Interference Principle. University of London. 1968. 244pp.
Frank Oldham. Thomas Young, F.R.S., Philosopher and Physician. New York: E. Arnold. 1933. 159pp.
George Peacock; John Leitch. Thomas Young's Life and Works. Bristol, England: Thoemmes. 2003. (4 vols.) 2,415pp.
Andrew Robinson. The Last Man Who Knew Everything. New York: Pi Press. 1995. 288pp.
Alexander Wood; Frank Oldham. Thomas Young, Natural Philosopher, 1773-1829. Cambridge University Press. 1954. 355pp.
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