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Ramanujan’s Notebooks

Srinivasa Ramanujan was an Indian mathematician, who is quite famous if you’re into math, I guess, though his name would have meant nothing to me if I hadn’t read David Leavitt’s novel The Indian Clerk, which tells a fictionalized version of Ramanujan’s time at Cambridge University. Although I’m sure I wouldn’t understand the least bit … Continue reading Ramanujan’s Notebooks