The Way I Remember it (Google eBook)
Walter Rudin's memoirs should prove to be a delightful read specifically to mathematicians, but also to historians who are interested in learning about his colorful history and ancestry. Characterized by his personal style of elegance, clarity, and brevity, Rudin presents in the first part of the book his early memories about his family history, his boyhood in Vienna throughout the 1920s and 1930s, and his experiences during World War II.
Part II offers samples of his work, in which he relates where problems came from, what their solutions led to, and who else was involved.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jcopenha - LibraryThing
A very easy read. Like most people that grew up in Europe during WWII he has an interesting account of his time during the war. His essays at the end were completely beyond me and just make we want to go back to studying mathematics. Read full review
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