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*A Mathematician's Apology* by G. H. Hardy.

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Godfrey Harold (G. H.) Hardy's *A Mathematician's Apology*, first published in 1940 in England, is the memoir of the world-renowned mathematician, written in the last few years of his life while he was in failing health. The work is written in the form of an apology, which in literary terms means a defense. In this case, Hardy is defending his career as a theoretical mathematician. To make the defense comprehensible to the layperson, Hardy discards...

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Godfrey Harold Hardy was one of the foremost mathematicians in England during the early part of the 20th century. He was primarily a pure mathematician, specializing in branches of mathematics that st...
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Godfrey Harold Hardy was one of the foremost mathematicians in England during the early part of the twentieth century. He was primarily a pure mathematician, specializing in branches of mathematics th...
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2,060 words, approx. 7 pages

Godfrey Harold Hardy was one of the foremost mathematicians in England during the early part of the twentieth century. He was primarily a pure mathematician, specializing in branches of mathematics th...
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