Monday, June 30, 2014


After reading my first book, I switched books with Morgan Sparber and read my second book titled Love and Math: The Heart of Hidden Reality by Edward Frenke. While discussing first books in class, Morgan's account of this book piqued my interest by depicting the book to be the journey of a young man going through his studied and his love of mathematics that drives him. Obviously being a math lover myself, I related well to this aspect. What I did not expect, however, was to find a part of math that I had not discovered myself; Frenke helped me fall in love with this part. He depicts math as more of an art and more creative rather than black-and-white as those starting off in mathematics sees it as.

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