MATHEMATICAL FICTION:

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The Forever Marriage (2012)
Ann Bauer
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The unlikeable and unfaithful wife of a math professor only learns to appreciate the husband she never loved after his untimely death. The mathematician is humble but otherwise stereotypically brilliant (offered full professorships immediately upon receiving his PhD), unemotional and unromantic.

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