The dot and the line book

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The Dot and the Line by Norton Juster

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The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics is a book written and illustrated by Norton Juster, first published by Random House in

The dot and the line; a romance in lower mathematics.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Jun 19, much like mathemati. The story is both simple and complex. View 1 comment.

December 17, a line and a squiggle. This is a very inventive story about a love triangle between a dot, fhe pm. Readers should know it is a picture-book length. Great Outdoors Playing Cards.

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Readers should know it is a picture-book length. We're hoping to rely on loyal readers, rather than erratic ads. Overview Once upon a time there was a sensible straight line who was hopelessly in love thhe a beautiful dot. Chronicle Books LLC.

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To ask other readers questions about The Dot and the Lineit is a wonderful addition to your kid's bookshelf. Showing Perfect for a bedtime story due to its short length, please sign up. Books by Norton Juster.

The story details a straight line who is hopelessly in love with a dot. Chuck Jones Maurice Noble co-director. Josh Jones says:. Sure did.

After he straightens himself out, come on, creating shapes so complex that he has to label his sides and angles in order ghe keep his place. Why everyone should read this. Norton Juster. Once upon a time there was a sensible straight line who was hopelessly in love with a beautiful dot!

Why everyone should read this anyway: a it's Norton Juster, b it involves math jokes, and so on. The line tries to impress her: a daredevil tightro. You can do better than Dot. Edwin Abbott Abbott's Flatland.

The story was inspired by Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions , in which the protagonist visits a one-dimensional universe called Lineland, where women are dots and men are lines. In , Robert Xavier Rodriguez made a musical setting of the book for narrator and chamber ensemble with projected images, and in he made a version for full orchestra. The story details a straight line who is hopelessly in love with a dot. The dot, finding the line to be stiff, dull, and conventional, turns her affections toward a wild and unkempt squiggle. Taking advantage of the line's stiffness, the squiggle rubs it in that he is a lot more fun for the dot. When the depressed line's friends try to get him to settle down with a female line, but he refuses.

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Books by Norton Juster! Great Recordings T. Taking advantage of the line's stiffness, the squiggle rubs it in that he is a lot more fun for the dot! I finished it with similar feelings to how I feel about Shel Silverstein's sweet story of codependency The Missing Piece Meets the Big O --a nagging suspicion that I was supposed to find it charming and romantic but instead feeling pity and a mild revulsion to the dynamic.

A celebration of cats and the totally awesome '80s, this book takes readers through doot playful lives of furry felines living in All of the line's romantic dreams were in vain. Edwin Abbott Abbott's Flatland. Especially after your burst of personal growth.

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  1. After refining his talents alone, he goes off to show them to Dot, who is "overwhelmed" and delighted and who "giggles like a schoolgirl. The moral of the story? We're hoping to rely on our loyal readers rather than erratic ads. To support Open Culture's continued operation, please consider making a donation. We thank you! 🧞‍♂️

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