He was also an extraordinary teacher--he taught until he was ninety--and maintained a strong interest in pedagogical matters throughout his long career.

In addition to How to Solve It, he published a two-volume work on the topic of problem solving, Mathematics of Plausible Reasoning, also with Princeton. In Collection Read It: Yes. Personal Details Links Amazon.

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In particular, graduate students will find it invaluable. The traditional mathematics professor who reads a paper before one of the Mathematical Societies might also learn something from the book: 'He writes a, he says b, he means c; but it should be d. Bell, Mathematical Monthly, "Every Mathematics Beginner Should Experience and Live this Book"-- Mathematics Magazine, "[This] elementary textbook on heuristic reasoning, shows anew how keen its author is on questions of method and the formulation of methodological principles.

Exposition and illustrative material are of a disarmingly elementary character, but very carefully thought out and selected.

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