Novel, 182 pages, 2005, ISBN: 978-975-07-0561-8, 9+, Illustrated by Behiç Ak

Since the day he moved to the neighbourhood, Teo became part of the everyday life of the neighbourhood with his unexpected approaches, his interest in mathematics, his interesting ideas and his disinterest in being a consumer. He is living alone. He doesn’t have any child. Even his unwillingness to have a child has its roots in his mathematical mind:

 

"Do we know what is written in the genes of the mother? If there is no mathematical intellect there, then all this effort is for nothing. To whom am I going to transfer all my knowledge? Shall I keep them in of me? I want to transfer not my surname but my mathematical talents from generation to generation."

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