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TagsMathematics (200), Art (45), Drama (44), History (39), Essays (26), Poetry (21), Music (20), Philosophy (20), Science (14), Architecture (10) — see all tags

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About meI am a London-based mathematician.

About my libraryMainly fiction (and maths books), particularly works in translation. Lots of twentieth century Russian literature, experimental writing (such as the nouveau roman or oulipo), and German novels of ideas (such as Musil, Mann, and Frisch).

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Favorite authorsHeinrich Böll, Günter Grass, Kazuo Ishiguro, James Kelman, Thomas Mann, Robert Musil, Kenzaburō Ōe, Orhan Pamuk, Viktor Pelevin, Georges Perec, Iain Sinclair (Shared favorites)

LocationLondon, England

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Member sinceJan 7, 2008

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