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Flatland
Edwin A. Abbott
A novel of mathematical whimsy, Flatland is set in the peculiar world that provides the book’s name and is home to its putative author, A. Square, a two-dimensional being in a world inhabited by lines, triangles, circles, and polygons. Ingeniously composed as a kind of dystopian memoir, Flatland is ...show more
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
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Unbearably horrifically quotably funny. You can’t not read this and know anything useful about eternity, especially the part that doesn’t happen yet. Like reading A Brief History of Time, backwards, in a mirror.
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