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Lectures on complex analytic varieties: finite analytic mappings by R. C. Gunning
Princeton Guide to Advanced Physics by Alan C. Tribble
Continued Fractions by A. Ya. Khinchin
The Mortdecai Trilogy by Kyril Bonfiglioli
Exponential Sums and Differential Equations. (AM-124) by Nicholas M. Katz
Newton's Principia for the Common Reader (Physics) (Psychology) by S. Chandrasekhar
Lectures on the Orbit Method (Graduate Studies in Mathematics, Vol. 64) by A. A. Kirillov
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About meMy interests are in mathematics (algebraic combinatorics, categorical logic, and a lot else) and physics (quantum theory, geometric quantization), as well as history (British, early Christian/pagan, history of science), technical works in sustainability, and a taste in fiction that I find difficult to describe. I have too many books. I have too few books.
About my libraryMany technical works. Authors whose works are represented multiply include Richard Powers (an all-time favorite), Jacques Barzun, P.G. Wodehouse, Stanislaw Lem, Tom Stoppard, and George Meredith. I would include also Thurber, O. Henry, Shakespeare, and G.B. Shaw, and several poets, but they appear in my library as collected works.
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