Brazzaville Beach - Fermat's Last theorem; The Happiness of the Chimpanzee; Pulul Summary & Analysis

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Fermat's Last theorem; The Happiness of the Chimpanzee; Pulul Summary

Hope opens with a short discourse on the final theorem of a mathematician by the name of Fermat. Some theorems, such as Fermat's final one, can neither be proved nor disproved. They are simply accepted as true, because logical thought says so. This applies to the world in general as well. Some things we accept as undoubtedly true, though we cannot actually prove them.

During her life of marriage, Hope is content with her job at the estate. She enjoys being outside most of each day and engaging in true scientific inquiry. It is a bit unsettling to her, however, that she enjoys being at the estate by herself more than she enjoys being with John in London or having him come to stay with here there...

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