A Beautiful Mind: A Biography of John Forbes Nash, Jr., Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, 1994 - Study Guide Chapters 26-29 Summary & Analysis

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Alicia Larde had been a student of Nash's. She met him again in the Music Library where she worked as a librarian. Her family had been prominent and wealthy in Central America and then settled in New York City. Alicia developed a crush on John Nash and attracted his attention at the Music Library.

In Chapter Twenty Seven, Nash realized that he needed to marry after the disastrous summer in Santa Monica. He was attracted to Alicia and her background. He first asked her out in July 1955. He was still involved with Bricker and Eleanor when he began a physical relationship with Alicia. Eleanor met with Alicia and told her about he son and her relationship with Nash. This didn't bother Alicia who felt that men have mistresses but marry their social equals. Nash left Cambridge for a one year sabbatical without mentioning...

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