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Alejandro Dubrovsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wrote:
>New Scientist did this in their chrismas '97 issue. they asked quite a
>couple of big names in science (hofstadter included). EGB was a pretty
>popular answer (i think 3 out of the 15 or so chose it). Can't remember
>what DH himself chose. might try to find it again.
Hofstadter picked "The Penguin Dictionary Of Curious and Interesting Geometry" by David Wells, he was one of the few that didn't pick "Godel Escher Bach". For me it would be an easy choice, GEB is the best book I ever read.
John K Clark email@example.com
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