This whimsical exploration of how to think in a mathematical mood was Einstein-approved. Surreal drawings.This whimsical exploration of how to think in a mathematical mood was Einstein-approved. Surreal drawings.Read Less
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Octavo, softcover, VG in orange pictorial wraps. 229 pp. Opens the door to the wonders of mathematical imagining. By using simple language and intriguing illustrations drawn by her husband, Hugh, Lillian Lieber presents subtle mathematical concepts in an easy-to-understand way. More than sixty years after its release, this whimsical exploration of how to think in a mathematical mood will continue to delight math-lovers of all ages. Barry Mazur's new introduction is a tribute to the Liebers' influence on generations of mathematicians.
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