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Rambles Through My Library

by Raymond Smullyan

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"If you are a fan of Ray's, which I am, all you need to know to want to buy this book is that from its first page to its last, this beautiful volume is unadulterated Smullyan--I couldn't put it down!" Martin Gardner, former editor, Scientific American. In Rambles Through My Library, Raymond Smullyan takes you on a tour of selections from his favorite authors. Along the way he shares his thoughts, commentary, stories, anecdotes, and juicy tidbits about the authors and selections. Thus, the book is a combination of anthology, essays, reminiscences, scraps of thought, and autobiography--anything is fair game. Raymond M. Smullyan has had a remarkably diverse sequence of careers--magician, mathematician and philosopher, concert pianist, internationally known writer, and author of over twenty books. Now a retired distinguished professor of philosophy and mathematics, he continues to delight audiences with performances of magic, music and readings.

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