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Paperback 130 Pages / Published: 03/06/2005
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Publisher: Prometheus Books
ISBN: 9781591022961
Number of pages: 130
Weight: 160 g
Dimensions: 210 x 122 x 8 mm

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“Flatland”

This is an entertaining and enlightening read, both from the point of view of mathematics and physics and how we see the world through these and the rigidity and conformity of Victorian society and how difficult it... More

Paperback edition
23rd September 2014
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“Flatland”

This is an entertaining and enlightening read, both from the point of view of mathematics and physics and how we see the world through these and the rigidity and conformity of Victorian society and how difficult it... More

Paperback edition
23rd September 2014
Helpful? Upvote 56

“Quirky and fun! Get to know this book!”

An enjoyable read, which made me laugh out loud on occasions. It can be related to modern times as well as the Victorian Age - prejudice and an unwillingness to accept new ideas will always exist, unfortunately. I
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24th May 2012
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