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Faber & Faber, London - ISBN:0571209173, 2001. softcover, 5" x 7¾. Book in AS NEW condition. Nine photographs (some in colour), bibliography, and index. This is the story of William Perkin, a man whose father didn't want him to become a chemist, and whose chemistry professor didn't want him to wreck his career in pursuit of a colour. By the age of eighteen, Perkins made a discovery that would make him the richest chemist in Britain - his chance discovery aided the discovery of DNA, chemotherapy for cancer, drugs against AIDS, and advances in photography.