Courant in Göttingen and New York: The Story of an Improbable Mathematician

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Springer New York, Oct 25, 1976 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 314 pages
"...a story of great mathematicians and their achievements, of practical successes and failures, and of human perfidy and generosity...this is one of the still too rare occasions in which mathematicians are shown as frail, flesh-and-blood creatures...a very worthwhile book." -CHOICE

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