A Short story about a man discovering mathematical diagrams in his grandfather's diary from 1800s,with the help of which is able to fold sheets of paper in a manner which make them disappear and also discovers that people can be folded in a similar manner and can be made to disappear.
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A fable about a frog and a mouse battle, to indicate a fight between mathematicians Hilbert and Brouwer.

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A story about Author's conversation with an old Anthropology Professor Thelma Beyer and her research on how different type neural hardwiring in different humans ,allows them to look at same things or scenarios in different ways. According to her these are the ones who with the proper stimulation could recognize their abilities and perform true magic.

A sad tale of a college girl, Gilberte , who has a penchant for mathematics, a quality which she inherited from her father.Gilberte has thoughts of being with “someone quiet and dreamy, who will smile when you mention the pleasure of numbers. Someone from the same field to talk projective geometry with in the evenings, but ends up getting married to the first man she met at a dance, has five children, and ends up running a fish and chip shop.

A story about two brothers who look for some surfing opportunities using mathematics and chaos theory.

Dr. Lyle Thaddius has been a practicing psychiatrist for 30 years, dedicated to resolving the inner conflicts and demons of all who need help. He takes on a new patient, Juan Gris, who insists on the doctor visiting his house for the counseling sessions, at 3 times the normal fees. Gris, it turns out, is an extremely old man, past 100 likely, who lives in what is described as a “madman’s house”.

A giggleworthy drama where the author, a mathematician himself, has shoehorned the concept of “Pfister Forms” into 4 scenes of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”

In this story, a Mathematician is bemoaning the fact that he is not recognized or appreciated for any of his contributions to calculus or probability. Then, inspired by something his wife said, he decides instead that he might be able to be remembered for something he didn't do. Browsing for ideas, he stumbles upon the Pythagorean Theorem

A Story about Jacob Appel a Nobel Laureate and is also acknowledged by nearly everyone as the "world’s greatest living mathematician”, who creates a mathematical proof that it was possible, in pure maths at least, to send nonliving objects back in time.” and to prove this, he also sends back a paper from 2005 to 1926.

In this unnerving,Kafkaesque' suspense novel by well known horror author Richard Matheson,a government mathematician sees reality collapse around him as his life is turned into a surrealistic version of a James Bond movie.

A very short story from the ultramundane realm about a mathematical physicist, Lenglade,who lives up high in an attic of a house and one fine morning, on his blacboard,he finds Einstein’s formula E=mc2 written in a corner,and next to it, a strange, haunting extension of the formula.The formula makes no sense and yet,he is filled with a sense of admiration and fascination about existence of a higher dimension to it.

A murder mystery featuring a knowitall kid detective who has a magical god’s eyeview of everything and helps solve the murder case with help of Pythagoras theorem.

A short story where twentysix famous mathematicians whose last names just happen to each begin with a different one of the twentysix letters of the alphabets at the same moment have a realization about a brilliant but previously unnoticed result involving the binomial theorem.

An interesting story about a girl named Brenda,who has autism and obsessive compulsion disorder and doesn't have any friends.But it doesn't matter much because she spends all her time looking for mathematical rhymes and patterns in everything around her,specially based on how many corvids,which is a bird in the crow family she counts in a day.

A short story about a mathematician’s study concerns the development of a method to see the multilinguistic pluralism of an object through a single language which is commonly known as translation.According to him, translation refers to the shadow of one language on another and by paying attention to the angle formed by the distance between the languages that define the space, he has proven that an observed object can be calculated as the same square matrix as the number of languages from one set of observed data.