"The family's principal entertainment... was for everyone to recount their dreams."
"What amazed him most of all... was a transparent cellophane package. 'Lord, what have they thought up—it is glass, but it crumples!'"
"Famine was an ever-present danger... and by spring the family had been reduced to eating shoes and bark."
For example, he could think in multiple dimensions. “People don’t understand how I can visualize four or five dimensions,” Dr. Thurston told The Journal. “Five-dimensional shapes are hard to visualize — but it doesn’t mean you can’t think about them. Thinking is really the same as seeing.”
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