Bookworms, Physicists & Other Geeks

Julius, 22 and from the Netherlands. Bibliophile and physics graduate student at the University of Twente. Ardent admirer of literature, arts and the sciences.

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In the academic world Dover Publications is widely known for publishing standard texts in mathematics. To me they’re known for publishing books with the best cover designs around, which truly make them stand out among the boring rest.

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