By Henry E. Dudeney, Martin Gardner
Генри Эрнест Дьюдени (10 апреля 1857 - 23 апреля 1930) был английский писатель и математик, который специализировался на логических головоломках и математических играх.
Трудно в наше время найти хоть одну книгу по занимательной математике, в которой (часто без указания авторства) не нашлось бы нескольких блестящих математических задач, рожденных его неисчерпаемой фантазией.
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My father had left home shortly after I was born. My recollection is of seeing him on four or five occasions in my lifetime when he would arrive for a week or so to do odd chores around the property before heading back to work in New York. I remember viewing my father in a rather odd way. To me he was a strange man showing up every couple of years to take control of my life for a week or two, and then disappearing somewhere into the sunset until the next visit. Today, with the benefit of hindsight, I sometimes think it’s a mystery how my mother and women of her day survived the hardships they endured trying to raise a family under these difficult conditions.
Burial will be in the Avondale cemetery. In Avondale are the girl’s mother, two sisters, Geraldine and Mary, brothers Jim, 12, George 8, Jack 5, Norman 3. Miss Doyle had never seen her youngest brother, Norman, who was born in 1945 after she left Avondale for the United States. Miss Doyle had been in the United States three years. Born in the United States, Miss Doyle was taken to Conception Bay when she was six months old. She was educated in the local schools and remained in the Bay until she was eighteen.
Many a foreman or superintendent would look at me and say, “Ya gotta be kiddin’, fella, you’re a journeyman ironworker? ” And so it was that I spent the first three years of my working life still frozen to death, still broke, and still living at home, trying to make a break for a better life doing something I really wanted to do. I had often told myself that New York would not be on my list of stops, even if I was an ironworker. However, even the best-laid plans have a way of ending up in the waste bin when you’re faced with a few hard facts.