The Housekeeper and the Professor (博士の愛した数式 hakase no ai shita suushiki) (literally "The Professor's Beloved Equation") is a novel by Yoko Ogawa set in modern-day Japan. It was published in August 2003, by Shinchosha and was the first recipient of the Hon'ya Taisho award (Japan Booksellers Award). The novel received the Hon'ya Taisho award, was adapted into a film version in January 2006, and after being published in paperback in December 2005, sold one million copies in two months, faster than any other Shinchosha paperback.

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  • La Formule préférée du professeur (博士の愛した数式, Hakase no aishita sūshiki) est un roman rédigé par l'écrivaine japonaise Yōko Ogawa. En 2004, il remporte la première place lors de la 55e édition des prix Yomiuri (catégorie meilleur roman). En 2006, une adaptation cinématographique, réalisée par Takashi Koizumi, est présentée au Japon. (fr)
  • The Housekeeper and the Professor (博士の愛した数式 hakase no ai shita suushiki) (literally "The Professor's Beloved Equation") is a novel by Yoko Ogawa set in modern-day Japan. It was published in August 2003, by Shinchosha and was the first recipient of the Hon'ya Taisho award (Japan Booksellers Award). The story centers around a mathematician, "the Professor," who suffered brain damage in a traffic accident in 1975 and since then can produce only 80 minutes' worth of memories, and his interactions with a housekeeper (the narrator) and her son "Root" as the Professor shares the beauty of equations with them. The novel received the Hon'ya Taisho award, was adapted into a film version in January 2006, and after being published in paperback in December 2005, sold one million copies in two months, faster than any other Shinchosha paperback. The novel's bibliography lists the book The Man Who Loved Only Numbers, a biography of the mathematician Paul Erdős. It has been said that Erdős was used as a model for the Professor. In 2009, the English translation by Stephen Snyder The Housekeeper and the Professor, was published. (en)
  • 『博士の愛した数式』(はかせのあいしたすうしき)は、小川洋子による日本の小説。 (ja)
  • 《博士熱愛的算式》(日语:博士の愛した数式)是日本女作家小川洋子一本關於數學的小說。2004年時獲得第一屆書本大獎及第五十五屆讀賣文學獎。小說其後被改編成電影,於2006年1月21日公映。導演為小泉堯史。 由於小說內容參考了著名數學家保羅·艾狄胥的傳記《數字愛人:數學奇才艾狄胥的故事》(ISBN 9789570516920)的內容,故有一說指小說中的主角——數學家「博士」,是參照艾狄胥而設定的。 (zh)
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  • La Formule préférée du professeur (博士の愛した数式, Hakase no aishita sūshiki) est un roman rédigé par l'écrivaine japonaise Yōko Ogawa. En 2004, il remporte la première place lors de la 55e édition des prix Yomiuri (catégorie meilleur roman). En 2006, une adaptation cinématographique, réalisée par Takashi Koizumi, est présentée au Japon. (fr)
  • 『博士の愛した数式』(はかせのあいしたすうしき)は、小川洋子による日本の小説。 (ja)
  • 《博士熱愛的算式》(日语:博士の愛した数式)是日本女作家小川洋子一本關於數學的小說。2004年時獲得第一屆書本大獎及第五十五屆讀賣文學獎。小說其後被改編成電影,於2006年1月21日公映。導演為小泉堯史。 由於小說內容參考了著名數學家保羅·艾狄胥的傳記《數字愛人:數學奇才艾狄胥的故事》(ISBN 9789570516920)的內容,故有一說指小說中的主角——數學家「博士」,是參照艾狄胥而設定的。 (zh)
  • The Housekeeper and the Professor (博士の愛した数式 hakase no ai shita suushiki) (literally "The Professor's Beloved Equation") is a novel by Yoko Ogawa set in modern-day Japan. It was published in August 2003, by Shinchosha and was the first recipient of the Hon'ya Taisho award (Japan Booksellers Award). The novel received the Hon'ya Taisho award, was adapted into a film version in January 2006, and after being published in paperback in December 2005, sold one million copies in two months, faster than any other Shinchosha paperback. (en)
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  • The Housekeeper and the Professor (en)
  • La Formule préférée du professeur (fr)
  • 博士の愛した数式 (ja)
  • 博士熱愛的算式 (zh)
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