EXCERPT from  The Genius of Dr. rer. nat. Bernhard Reimann by Susanna Jade Angolani in VIVAcini! 5 Oct 2012

A few years ago I had the great pleasure and honor
to begin a project with an old soul who needed
assistance editing an historical novel he had completed
about his childhood years growing up in
post WWI Germany. It was winter and my design
work had slowed so I was intrigued when I read in
the local paper a request for a “typist” who knew
how to use foreign accent marks including the
umlaut.
I called the number and heard a vibrant voice
respond but I could barely understand because of
his German inflection. We talked for a few minutes
and then decided to meet. He gave me directions to
his home in Capitan and a few days later I met the
fascinating and amazing Dr. Bernhard Reimann,
aka “Bernie” to his friends.
He seemed to like me at once and soon brought
out a huge binder with 400 pages that he had typed
on an IBM typewrite

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