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|HOW. TO. PARSE. AN ATTEMPT TO APPLY THE PRINCIPLES OF |
SCHOLARSHIP TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR. With Appendixes in Analysis, Spell*
ing, and Punctuation. By Edwin A. Abbott, M.A., Head Master of the City of
|A Romance of Many Dimensions Edwin Abbott Abbott. Flatland: A. Square is to |
space of three dimensions as a Victorian human is to space of four dimensions.
Hinton then introduces a four-dimensional figure that he calls a four-square and ...
|Edwin A. Abbott, Edwin Abbott Abbott. question has been discussed whether |
John's narrative of this particular act of “serving at table” can be accepted as
literally true in spite of its omission by the Synoptists, and the opinion was
|Edwin A. Abbott, Edwin Abbott Abbott. under the four headings are of general |
interest as bearing on the relation between Greek and Hebrew thought, I have
not cancelled my observations on them.] It is alleged by Dom Connolly that (a) “
|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.|
|I CALL our world Flatland, not because we call it so, but to make its nature clearer to you, my happy readers, who are privileged to live in Space.|