• Mary Stopes-Roe
Part of the Macmillan Science book series (MACSCI)


In the autumn of 1922 Barnes had been teaching for just two months when he wrote his first lesson in mathematics to his cousin Molly Bloxam. The two of them met for the first time in April of that year, when Molly was 17 and in her last year at school, and Barnes was 35. He had not only lived twice as long as Molly, but his years had been full of experience, more hard and turbulent than happy.


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© Mary Stopes-Roe 2005

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