Literature after Euclid : the geometric imagination in the long Scottish Enlightenment /
What if historical fiction were understood as a disfiguring of calculus? Or poems enacting the formation and breakdown of community as expositions of irrational numbers? What if, in other words, literary texts possessed a kind of mathematical unconscious?The persistence of the rhetoric of "two...
|Author / Creator:|
|Series:||Haney Foundation series.
|Online Access:||Click here for full text|