Today, I stumbled upon The Calculus of Friendship‘s Japanese edition and loved the cover images. They are a visual treat. I couldn’t stop staring at them! These mesmerizing illustrations by the talented Megumi Goto are truly a feast for the eyes.
The way the colors blend together and the intricate details are stunning. I’m sure these covers will grab the attention of anyone who glances at them on a bookstore shelf. Goto’s work is truly a testament to the power of good design, and I’m so glad it has been used to showcase this incredible book.
In his book, The Calculus of Friendship, Steven Strogatz explores the intersection of mathematics and personal relationships through the lens of his decades-long correspondence with a former high school math teacher. This heartwarming memoir delves into the complexities of human connection and the power of mutual interests to transcend distance and time.
Strogatz recounts his experiences with his mentor as they navigate the ups and downs of their professional and personal lives, using calculus as a metaphor for their emotional journey. The author’s intelligent and humorous storytelling makes The Calculus of Friendship a delightful read for math enthusiasts and those looking for a touching tale of friendship.
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