Flatland by Edwin A. Abbott
Mathematicians get little credit in the literary world. Go figure! But when the history of conceptual fiction is finally written, they may turn out to be the visionaries and pioneers.
The use of storytelling as a means of experimenting with our conceptions of reality—in essence the cult of the perversely anti-realistic novel—didn’t become an important fo…
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