John Cheever's favorite word was "venereal." Isaac Asimov's was "terminus." Such insights come from <strong>exposing language to mathematics</strong>. But to what end?&nbsp;When the written word is exposed to the world of numbers

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John Cheever's favorite word was "venereal." Isaac Asimov's was "terminus." Such insights come from exposing language to mathematics. But to what end? When the written word is exposed to the world of numbers

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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