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Daryl Anderson

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Registered: 12/6/04
RE: [math-learn] Cool Book
Posted: Feb 7, 2001 8:10 AM
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thanks for reminding me about that one... I had seen a reference to it and
never logged it in my Amazon "wish list" (which I use as a personal "books
to read" database) (although, notwithstanding the odd billion in losses, I,
personally, have kept them in business for about 3 years now !


-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Paul Goldenberg [mailto://mikegold@mediaone.net]
Sent: Sunday, February 04, 2001 1:37 AM
To: math-learn@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [math-learn] Cool Book

Apostolos Doxiadis? Subtitled "a novel of mathematical obsession"
it is fascinating thus far (80 pages in). Received it as a late
holiday gift from close friends. I think it appeared in Greek in '92
and in English just last year. I'd love to hear what others thought
of it and to recommend it to those who like literature and mathematics
with some history thrown in.
Michael Paul Goldenberg
5900 Bridge Rd #715 Washtenaw Technical Middle College
Ypsilanti, MI 48197 LA 230K
734 482-0497 Ann Arbor, MI 48106
mikegold@umich.edu 734 477-8560
mikegold@mediaone.com mikegold@wccnet.org

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