Everything and More (book)
|Everything and More: A Compact History of Infinity|
First Edition hardcover
|Author||David Foster Wallace|
|Publisher||W. W. Norton & Company|
|Media type||Print (hardback, paperback)|
|Preceded by||Brief Interviews with Hideous Men|
Everything and More: A Compact History of Infinity is a book by American novelist and essayist David Foster Wallace that examines the history of infinity, focusing primarily on the work of Georg Cantor, the 19th-century German mathematician who created set theory. The book is part of the W. W. Norton "Great Discoveries" series.
The introduction was written by Neal Stephenson and was reprinted in his collection Some Remarks : Essays and Other Writing.
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- Michael Harris, "A Sometimes Funny Book Supposedly about Infinity: A Review of Everything and More." Notices of the AMS 51.6 (2004), 632–638. (full pdf-text)
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