The man who knew infinity: a life of the genius Ramanujan
With a passion for detail, Robert Kanigel takes us from to the slums of Madras to the courts of Cambridge University where Srinivasa Ramanujan, a young unschooled Indian clerk, tested his brilliant theories alongside G.H. Hardy, the great English mathematician. Ramanujan died at the age of thirty-two, but he left behind a magical and inspired legacy that is still being plumbed for its secrets today.
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one and the only book I ever bought and while reading it felt like ramanujan is walking in front of me and hardy's amazement and typical Indian scenario of that time.....nice work indeed..!!
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The book is indeed a fascinating read for anyone interested in the life of S Ramanujan FRS The author has presented extensive details of Ramanujan's early life, education (or lack thereof) and his ... Read full review
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