Images and reversals: James Clerk Maxwell, working in wet clay

@inproceedings{West1999ImagesAR,
  title={Images and reversals: James Clerk Maxwell, working in wet clay},
  author={T. West},
  booktitle={COMG},
  year={1999}
}
  • T. West
  • Published in COMG 1999
  • Computer Science
  • ed from what was going on, being absorbed in observing the effects of refracted light in the finger-glasses, or in trying some experiment with his eyes seeing round a corner, making invisible stereoscopes, and the like. Miss Cay [his aunt, the sister of his late mother ] used to call a t tent ion by crying, 'Jamsie, you're in a prop' [a mathematical proposit ion]. He never tasted wine; and he spoke to gentle and simple in exactly the same tone. On the other hand, his teachers... had formed the… CONTINUE READING
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