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This is one of the very few books that I have read over three times.
Just as Abbott takes the reader through the two-dimensional square's travails in comprehending a third dimension, so the reader is challenged to imagine a fourth.
Even though this was written around 1880 it still is one of the most creative science fiction books I have read.
Loved this book, a beautifully narrated and funny story of the land of 2 dimensions, educational as well. I guarantee your geometry will be better off for having read this :DPublished 1 day ago by Arvind
Timeless, current and easy to understand. Flatland describes how our perception of the world is defined by our bias. Read morePublished 23 days ago by BookReader
Mathematicians be aware; dimensions presented are strictly related to space, which can be somewhat disappointing. Read morePublished 25 days ago by philippe castonguay
In the imaginary world of Flatland, everybody is some kind of geometry shape. Flatland has two dimensions, which we call length and width. Read morePublished 25 days ago by k scott
very, very interesting read-the fact that it was written in 1895 even more interesting.Published 29 days ago by carolyn hilton
This is a great philosophical experiment that both stretches our mathematical understanding of the world (or flattens it) and provides interesting satire on the structures and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Josh Hoffman
A Geometric/existence beautiful novel that any who treats withe any edification of reality has to read. Truly a must read.Published 1 month ago by Tacheazul