Poetry and Mathematics
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|Formerly a mathematics professor (at Bloomsburg University), JoAnne Growney enjoys finding links between disparate entities -- such as between mathematics and poetry and literature. Read her poems: "All Day," "The Blacksmith," "Fly," "Conditionals," "The Prince of Algebra," "Geometry Class," "My Dance is Mathematics," and "The Witch." Also, visit her bibliography of occurrences of mathematical ideas in literature and poetry.|
|Resource Types:||Poetry, Bibliographies|
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