Table of Contents for Beautiful Mind : A Biography of John Forbes Nash, Jr., Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, 1994


Prologue 11(14)
Part One: A Beautiful Mind
Bluefield (1928-45)
25(15)
Carnegie Institute of Technology (June 1945-June 1948)
40(9)
The Center of the Universe (Princeton, Fall 1948)
49(9)
School of Genius (Princeton, Fall 1948)
58(8)
Genius (Princeton, (1948-49)
66(9)
Games (Princeton, Spring 1949)
75(4)
John von Neumann (Princeton, 1948-49)
79(4)
The Theory of Games
83(5)
The Bargaining Problem (Princeton, Spring 1949)
88(4)
Nash's Rival Idea (Princeton, 1949-50)
92(7)
Lloyd (Princeton, 1950)
99(5)
The War of Wits (RAND, Summer 1950)
104(11)
Game Theory at RAND
115(8)
The Draft (Princeton, 1950-51)
123(5)
A Beautiful Theorem (Princeton, 1950-51)
128(5)
MIT
133(6)
Bad Boys
139(8)
Experiments (RAND, Summer 1952)
147(5)
Reds (Spring 1953)
152(3)
Geometry
155(12)
Part Two: Separate Lives
Singularity
167(2)
A Special Friendship (Santa Monica, Summer 1952)
169(3)
Eleanor
172(8)
Jack
180(4)
The Arrest (RAND, Summer 1954)
184(6)
Alicia
190(9)
The Courtship
199(4)
Seattle (Summer 1956)
203(5)
Death and Marriage (1956-57)
208(7)
Part Three: A Slow Fire Burning
Olden Lane and Washington Square (1956-57)
215(7)
The Bomb Factory
222(6)
Secrets (Summer 1958)
228(7)
Schemes (Fall 1958)
235(4)
The Emperor of Antarctica
239(9)
In the Eye of the Storm (Spring 1959)
248(5)
Day Breaks in Bowditch Hall (McLean Hospital, April-May 1959)
253(9)
Mad Hatter's Tea (May-June 1959)
262(7)
Part Four: The Lost Years
Citoyen du Monde (Paris and Geneva, 1959-60)
269(14)
Absolute Zero (Princeton, 1960)
283(5)
Tower of Silence (Trenton State Hospital, 1961)
288(7)
An Interlude of Enforced Rationality (July 1961-April 1963)
295(10)
The ``Blowing Up'' Problem (Princeton and Carrier Clinic, 1963-65)
305(9)
Solitude (Boston, 1965-67)
314(9)
A Man All Alone in a Strange World (Roanoke, 1967-70)
323(9)
Phantom of Fine Hall (Princeton, 1970s)
332(8)
A Quiet Life (Princeton, 1970-90)
340(9)
Part Five: The Most Worthy
Remission
349(7)
The Prize
356(18)
The Greatest Auction Ever (Washington, D.C., December 1994)
374(5)
Reawakening (Princeton, 1995-97)
379(10)
Epilogue 389(2)
Notes 391(46)
Select Bibliography 437(4)
Acknowledgments 441(2)
Index 443