References for Oliver Byrne

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Books:

  1. J Byrne, The Miscellaneous Mathematical Papers of Oliver Byrne, Collected and edited by John Byrne (Maynard, London, 1848).
  2. O Byrne, The First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid in Which Coloured Diagrams and Symbols Are Used Instead of Letters for the Greater Ease of Learners (William Pickering, London, 1847).
  3. O Byrne and J Byrne, The Fallacies of Our Own Time: Fallacy of Phrenology (Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper, London, 1844).
  4. W Oechslin (ed.), Oliver Byrne: The First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid (Taschen, Cologne, 2010).

Articles:

  1. G L Alexanderson, Review: The First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid, by Oliver Byrne, Mathematical Association of America (22 July 2010).
    http://www.maa.org/publications/maa-reviews/the-first-six-books-of-the-elements-of-euclid
  2. J H Barnett, Mathematics is a Plural Noun: The Case of Oliver Byrne, Proceedings of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics: Thirty-fifth Annual Meeting (Montreal) 23 (2010), 26-46.
  3. J H Barnett, The Dual Arithmetic of Oliver Byrne: A New Art which entirely supersedes the use of logarithms, Proceedings of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics: Thirty-sixth Annual Meeting (Dublin) 24 (2011), 12-30.
  4. D J Cohen, The creed of St Athanasius proved by a mathematical parallel, in Equations from God: Pure Mathematics and Victorian Faith (John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2007), 73.
  5. A De Morgan, Oliver Byrne, A Budget of Paradoxes (Longmans Green & Co, London, 1872), 329.
  6. S M Hawes and S Kolpas, Oliver Byrne: The Matisse of Mathematics, Convergence 12 (August 2015).
  7. Insolvent Debtors' Court, Monday, The Examiner (London) (29 December 1839).
  8. P Lynch, That's Maths: The rebel who brought Technicolour to Euclid, Irish Times (20 February 2014).
  9. The Late Mr Oliver Byrne, Kent Messenger and Maidstone Telegraph (18 December 1880).

JOC/EFR April 2016

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