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They were, of course, already going bad. Since January 1918 Lenin had ruled Russia with almost dictatorial powers, and in 1919 Bela Kun had seized temporary control of Hungary. The year 1923 had seen the capitulation of King Alphonso of Spain to the military rule of Miguel Primo de Rivera. Before the end of the decade, Marshall Jozef Pilsudski would come to power in Poland and Stalin’s dictatorship would be publicly acknowledged. The situation in Italy, relatively stable since 1922 when King Victor Emmanuel had invited Mussolini to form his cabinet, had worsened dramatically with the disappearance in June 1924 of Giacomo Matteotti, a powerful and articulate Socialist deputy.
Full of natural dignity, he was always a little distant without quite wanting to be, so that it was impossible for Zariski to imagine him otherwise, even with his own family. 8 David Rees, “Efforts to restore geometric paradise,” The Times Higher Education Supplement 10 Oct. 1980:12. 9 Collected Papers, 4 vols. (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1972) I, xii. C. ” His lectures, which were on analytic geometry during Zariski’s first term at the university, were tightly structured, reflecting the formality of his manner.
11 10 Kunihiko Kodaira remembers Zariski quoting Enriques in a less eloquent form: “ ‘We aristocrats do not need proofs. ’ ” In the same article Kodaira speaks of his own admiration for the intuition of the Italian geometers, “which enabled them to derive correct results by obscure reasoning” (“Algebraic Geometry of the Italian School, A Japanese Mathematician’s Reminiscence,” Creativity and Inspiration, December 1987). ” Three Great Mathematicians 17 Zariski seems always to have found his name amusing.