As the room moves when I do, my brain is left behind. I know I want to write something thoughtful and meaningful, but those words are out dancing.
Sitting here in my husband’s new office, I am surrounded by his books. They are for the most part lined up in a topical way. But this row?
God Created the Integers---
The Mathematical Experience
Journey through Genius
Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions
Photons & Atoms
The Twelve Caesars
Voyage to the Heart of Matter
Twelve Best Games of Chess
Acoustic Rock Guitar Bible
A View of the Universe
Poems of Emily Dickinson
How Math Expands the World
The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Logicomix: An Epic Search for Truth
The Persian Experiment
The Quantum Story
Danger of the Dragons
German (Language) Made Simple
As a post requiring thought, this one is simply looking in the mind and at the bookshelves of my beloved. What have you learned about math?
Forget that! What have you learned about the titles of the books and the authors? Did you recognize any title and authors?
When we moved from old place to new place, we had to cull through John's massive collection. Fortunately his collection of books on Chemistry are a little slim.
This is a repost from 2017. My husband's library is still a royal mess.