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Andrew Weil, the mathematician was in Finland when WWII broke out and he was arrested on suspicions of spying; in fact, it was during his internment in Rouen he did the work he was most famous for and he wrote a letter to his wife saying: My mathematics work is proceeding beyond my wildest hopes, and I am even a bit worried - if it's only in prison that I ...


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