Strange Attractors: Stories

Strange Attractors: Stories, by Rebecca Goldstein

Synopsis: A National Jewish Honor Book composed of seven short stories from the author of The Mind-Body Problem.

A mathematician studies the geometry of soap bubbles and responds to the rapture of infatuation by reciting Shakespeare in Yiddish. A group of Olympian intellects is made childlike by the appearance of a double rainbow. Becky Sharp steps out of the pages of Vanity Fair to confound a pretentious philosopher. These are just some of the marvelous and unlikely things that happen in Strange Attractors—a collection of stories that explores the interactions of thought and feeling, mind and heart, to reveal the deep, mysterious ties between seemingly unrelated lives.

Published: 1993 | ISBN: 9780140172461

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Paperback Edition: Strange Attractors: Stories (Contemporary American Fiction)


Categories: Fiction, Short Stories

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