A Beautiful Mind
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October 31, 2012
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His social immaturity would plague him throughout his life and would make him an outcast in the eyes of fellow students in high school and college. Some of his childish pranks involved causing an explosion in a chemistry lab, shocking people by running a current through his arms, and replacing a light bulb in a light fixture with water...
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A Beautiful Mind successfully shows John Nash's development from a child into an eventual mathematical genius.
A Beautiful Mind portrays Nash as a lonely human being trapped in his own world; a world that may have led to his eventual schizophrenia. Nash's behavior as a child and as a college student provides hints of possible psychological problems prior to his illness...
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