Everything and More (book)
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.
Neal Stephenson provided an "Introduction" to a reissued paperback edition (2010), which Stephenson 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)
- Iannis Goerlandt and Luc Herman, "David Foster Wallace." Post-war Literatures in English: A Lexicon of Contemporary Authors 56 (2004), esp. 12–14.
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