Dark Lady: An Holistic Perspective
...holistic manner, uniting many contributing perspectives.
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A variety of material has been written about Rosalind Franklin and her role in the discovery off DNA. Sayre (2000) considers her from her perspective as a friend, and a feminist, writing in the 1970’s and emphasizes how she was wronged by history and fellow scientists because of her female gender. Her biography was a provoked response to Watson’s distinctly non-feminist book, characterizing Franklin as a pathetic, arrogant and bossy nerd, who lacked social skills, co...