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    Emotional rollercoaster!

    Brilliant account of not only the title subject - which in itself was fascinating - but also of other mathematical ideas that influenced the theorem and the proving thereof. On top of that, this is all set in the context of the life histories of the people involved, as well as the histories of the societies in which these people lived and worked. So the reader is given an account of the development of mathematics itself through the ages. This includes the highs and the lows of the subject, as well as the highs and lows of the attempts to tackle Fermat’s Last Theorem, so the reader is really brought into the emotional rollercoaster that these people - especially Andrew Wiles - went through. Top book, and well written!

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