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This anomaly had remained in Pasteur's ing question, and it was to clarify it that he undertook the study which led him to recognize that paratartaric acid was, in reality, a mixture of two different tartaric acids possessing equal optical for the fact that one (the right or dextro form) activity, except rotated a polarized beam of light to the right, whereas the other (the left or levo form) rotated light to the left. The genesis and significance of this discovery will be discussed in succeeding chapters.
In 1865, while he was working on silkworm diseases in Alais, he received a telethat his father gram announcing was very ill. He the immediately last time one started for Arbois, but arrived too late to see for man who had been his inspiration, his confidant, his guiding the symbol of family and country, of affection and duty. That night Pasteur, then forty-three years old, wrote to his wife star from the old home where DEAB MAUDE, DEAK Grandfather is his character had been formed: CHILDKEN: no more; we have taken him this morning to his last resting place, close to little Jeanne's.
Letter from his father reveals that Pasteur made plans to arrange his life in a more permanent manner as soon as he arrived in Strasbourg: "You say that you will not marry for a long time, his A one of your sisters to live with you. I would and for them, for neither of them wishes for a you greater happiness. Both desire nothing better than to look after your comfort; you are absolutely everything to them/* These plans were soon to be modified for, in the meantime, Pasteur had been introduced to the home of the University Rector, M.