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Mauve: How One Man Invented a Color that Changed the World
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By Simon Garfield

Most people think of mauve as a laugh line in weak jokes. Actually, its discovery by accident in a British lab in 1856 first set off a fashion craze, then, more significantly, led to the birth of the modern petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries. This is an utterly compelling story.

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