The plurality of worlds of Lewis /
The geometry of life in prose and poetry by a French mathematician. In The End of Clouds, he writes: "Solitude suited them. Not that they were faltering, but there are different ways of sliding across the sky. I would never have thought that such soft, cottony concentration could be reconciled...
|Published:||Normal, Il. : Dalkey Archive Press, 1995.|
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