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Apostolos Doxiadis was born in Australia in 1953 and grew up in Athens. He was admitted to New York's Columbia University at the age of fifteen after submitting an original paper to the Department of Mathematics, and did postgraduate work at the École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris. Apart from writing, Doxiadis has made films, winning the International Center for Artistic Cinema's (CICAE) prize at the 1988 Berlin International Film Festival for his second feature film, Terirem. He has directed for the theatre, and his translations include Hamlet and Mourning Becomes Electra. His other novels are A Parallel Life (1985), Macabetas (1988) and The Three Little Men (1997). Uncle Petros and Goldbach's Conjecture will be published in more than twenty countries around the world.