In a two-dimensional universe populated by a hierarchical society of geometric figures, a square is persecuted for attempting to reveal its new knowledge of a third dimension, learned from encounters with a sphere.
A worthy view into dimensionality and human society This book seems almost like a satire on classes of humans, economy, and social structure. It greatly illustrates humanity in the 19th century. I call it a valuable read that will enhance your perceptions, both dimensionally and as a human being.
Outstanding and mind-changing! Written by a mathematician but entirely divine. The way he describes how one could perceive one another is so lucid you would think he's been writing his whole life--though methodically written--it is still quite precise and with poise. I just love this book and has opened up so many new things. It changes you're perception on how you view things and in the way you view things. Definitely one of my favorite books! :)
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