Albert Einstein: Creator and Rebel is a book by Banesh Hoffmann with the collaboration of Helen Dukas. The book is a biography of Albert Einstein, including both his personal and academic life with references to specific events and people. The book also presents Einstein's photographs from his archives.

The work was published in 1972 by Viking Press, ISBN 978-0-670-11181-7, held in 1175 WorldCat libraries.[1] It was reviewed by many general newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times [2] and the Los Angeles Times.[3] It was also reviewed in academic periodicals, including ISIS [4]

It was translated into Russian, as Al'bert Ejnštejn – tvorec i buntar(1975) ; into French, as Albert Einstein : créateur et rebelle (1975); into Slovenian, as Albert Einstein, ustvarjalec in upornik (1980); into German, as Albert Einstein, Schöpfer und Rebell in 1978; Italian, as Albert Einstein, creatore e ribelle (1977, reprinted 1988); Dutch, as Albert Einstein : schepper en rebel (1975); Spanish, as Einstein (1984); Japanese, as Ainshutain, sozo to hankotsu no hito (1974), Georgian, as Albert Einsteini : Shemokmedi Da Meambokhe, and Greek, as Αϊνστάιν, δημιουργός και επαναστάτης (1982).

by Martin J Klein and Robert K Merton. abstract November 5, 1972, Sunday, Book Review Section, Page BR3,
Review by J. L. Heilbron, Mar., 1974, vol. 65, no. 1, pp. 128–129

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