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ONCE A WOMAN, ALWAYS A WOMAN
THEY ARE CONSEQUENTLY WHOLLY DEVOID OF BRAIN POWER, AND HAVE NEITHER REFLECTION ,JUDGEMENT, NOR FORETHOUGHT, AND HARDLY ANY MEMORY. The text goes on to say that women are dangerous when irritated. My point is, that this novella is satirical as well as a great explanation of dimensions. You can read this for either reason or both. Known best for explaining one, two and three dimensions, it also talks about Victorian England and how everyone is expected to be on a certain tier of society and stay there.
Such a unique story, it is understandable that it has stood the test of time. Written in 1884, it is as good today as when it was written. This is probably the best way to describe dimensions and it is entertaining. If only all math could be this way.
The book ain't great, just four stars, but it is short and worth your consideration. It is unique.
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This was an interesting story and one that I have been wanting to read for sometime. However, when I got into the book, it was much different than what my expectations were. All in all it was still an enjoyable book to listen to.I would have liked to have known more about the main character/shape and what came of him at the end.
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