One Good Turn
Mr. Rybczynski talked about his book One Good Turn: A Natural History of the Screwdriver and the Screw, published by Scribner Books. The book examines the historical development and practical significance of various mechanical inventions, including the screw and screwdriver, the hammer, the lathe, and the button. After the presentation, the author answered audience questions. close
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