A formidable sequence of poems in a variety of poetic styles, which cast an ironic and penetrating eye upon the vision that science, and particularly mathematics, can explain all of the great mysteries of the universe.
|Publisher:||The Wessex Collective|
|File size:||268 KB|
About the Author
William Davey’s literary prowess is well know in Western Europe and the Pacific rim. He has been called “an extraordinary writer” in France and “a lion with a heart” in England. Son of renowned painter Randall Davey, he was educated at Princeton, the University of California at Berkeley, New York University and the Sorbonne. He has been a high-goal polo player, an army instructor of horsemanship at Fort Riley, a commando during WWII in the First Special Service Force on which the Green Berets now fashion themselves, a member of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, and the U. S. Chess Association. He has published three novels, a volume of short stories, and three volumes of poetry