MATHEMATICAL FICTION:

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Frobenius: A Sesquilogue (1996)
Lee Rudolph
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A fictionalized account of the life of Hamilton as remembered by Frobenius (in verse). (A slightly different version was published in the Mathematical Intelligencer.)

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Works Similar to Frobenius: A Sesquilogue
According to my `secret formula', the following works of mathematical fiction are similar to this one:
  1. Lord Byron's Novel: The Evening Land by John Crowley
  2. The French Mathematician by Tom Petsinis
  3. Der Rechenmeister [aka The Mathematician] by Dieter Jörgensen
  4. Mrs. Einstein by Anna McGrail
  5. Conceiving Ada by Lynn Hershman-Leeson
  6. Miscalculations by Elizabeth Mansfield
  7. Measuring the World by Daniel Kehlmann
  8. Ramanujan’s Miracles – A Drama To Demystify Mathematics by R.N. Kapur
  9. The Indian Clerk by David Leavitt
  10. Waiting for Citizen Gödel by Howard V. Hendrix
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Literary Quality:
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GenreHistorical Fiction,
MotifReal Mathematicians,
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