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A Beautiful Mind, a Review

Summary: Reviews the book A Beautiful Mind, written by John Nash. Provides biographical detail on the author. Discusses the mental illness schizophrenia.
John Nash was a boy with a childhood that was not so much like an average person her was very lonely and found a lot of refuge in books. He was a genius; however he was unmotivated because he didn't think his teachers challenged him so he didn't do anything in school which earned him bad grades.

Nash was rather a jerk in college believing that people, who weren't in his league "mentally", were peons and he wanted nothing to do with them. On the other hand, no one really liked him both because of this rudeness and because of his weird behavior. Not until later in his college career did he show the symptoms of schizophrenia, but Nash's latent mental instability may have had something to do with his "weirdness" as a younger man.

Even though he was troubled with mental illness, his genius was evident by...

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