MATHEMATICAL FICTION:

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You Don't Scare Me (2007)
John Farris
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A math grad student at Yale is haunted by the memory and undead spirit of her abusive stepfather. Using her knowledge of the mathematics of "higher dimensions", she locates the coordinates of the "netherworld" where he lives.

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Categories:
GenreHorror,
MotifAcademia, Higher/Lower Dimensions, Female Mathematicians,
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MediumNovels,

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