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View Resource Cornell University Library Math Book Collection

The Cornell University Library has scanned over 570 original math books from their collection and placed them online. The volumes can be accessed here in their entirety. The collection may prove especially useful to mathematicians without access to a first-rate math library. A great many of the books are in languages other than English, notably French and German. Among these historically...

http://ebooks.library.cornell.edu/m/math/
View Resource Mathematical Fiction

Alex Kasman, Associate Professor in the College of Charleston Department of Mathematics, has compiled this list of Mathematical Fiction. The books and stories listed here may be of interest to teachers or anyone wanting to read about mathematics from a literary perspective. The collection is organized so that visitors can browse by medium (which includes 22 entries that are categorized as...

http://kasmana.people.cofc.edu/MATHFICT/
View Resource Mathematical Association of America: Reviews Screenshot

What, you might ask, is going on in the world of mathematics? Hundreds of new books and works are published in this fantastically diverse field every year. The folks at the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) have seen fit to create a set of detailed reviews that offer insight, irreverence, and eradication all in one fell swoop. Visitors can look over the Featured Reviews on the site's...

https://www.maa.org/press/maa-reviews