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A Beautiful Mind (book)

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A Beautiful Mind
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Front cover
AuthorSylvia Nasar
Original titleA Beautiful Mind: a Biography of John Forbes Nash, Jr., Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, 1994
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
GenreBiography
Published1998 (Simon & Schuster)
Media typePrint (Hardcover, paperback)
Pages460
ISBN0-684-81906-6
OCLC38377745
510/.92 B 21
LC ClassQA29.N25 N37 1998

A Beautiful Mind (1998) is a biography of Nobel Prize-winning economist and mathematician John Forbes Nash, Jr. by Sylvia Nasar, professor of journalism at Columbia University. An unauthorized work, it won the National Book Critics Circle Award in 1998 and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in biography.[1] It inspired the 2001 film by the same name.

Scope

Starting with his childhood, the book covers Nash's years at Princeton and MIT, his work for the RAND Corporation, his family and his struggle with schizophrenia.

Although Nasar notes that Nash did not consider himself a homosexual, she describes his arrest for indecent exposure and firing from RAND amid the suspicion that he was, then considered grounds for revoking one's security clearance.[2]

The book ends with Nash being awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1994. The book is a detailed description of many aspects of Nash's life, including the nature of his mathematical genius, and a close examination of his personality and motivations.

Reception

The book won the 1998 National Book Critics Circle Award for biography, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for biography,[3] and was shortlisted for the Rhône-Poulenc Prize in 1999.[4] The book also appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List for biography.

Criticism

John Milnor notes the ethical issues posed by the book, an unauthorized biography and prepared without the cooperation of the subject.[5]

Adaptation

The book inspired the film A Beautiful Mind, directed by Ron Howard and starring Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly. It won numerous awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay for 2001 at the 74th Academy Awards.[6][7]

References

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