Poetry and Mathematics
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|Poems by the Bloomsburg University mathematics professor: "All Day," "The Blacksmith," "Fly," "Conditionals," "The Prince of Algebra," "Geometry Class," "My Dance is Mathematics," "The Witch," as well as several square poems, in which the number of syllables per line equals the number of lines. Growney maintains a bibliography of occurrences of mathematical ideas in literature and poetry and the Intersections blog, which she describes as "an international menu of poems made rich by mathematical ingredients."|
|Resource Types:||Poetry, Bibliographies|
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