# Work on Surprising Examples

I have always loved particular examples which illuminate corners of the mathematical universe. Here are these papers.

- Pathologies of Modular Geometry,
*Amer. J. of Math.*, 1961, pp. 339-342.

Scanned reprint and DASH reprint - Further Pathologies in Algebraic Geometry,
*Amer. J. of Math.*, 1962, pp. 642-648.

Scanned reprint and DASH reprint - Pathologies III,
*Amer. J. of Math.*, 1967,**89**, pp. 94-104.

Scanned reprint and DASH reprint - A Remark on the paper of M. Schlessinger, in
*Complex Analysis, 1972*, Rice University Studies,**59**, 1973, pp. 113-117. This paper constructs examples of singularities which cannot be deformed away.

Scanned reprint - Some Elementary Examples of Unirational Varieties which are not Rational (with M. Artin),
*J. London Math. Soc.*, 1972,**25**, pp. 75-95. Also published by request in*Accad. Naz. dei Lincei*, 1973.

Scanned reprint - Pathologies IV, Amer. J. of Math., 1975,
**97**, pp. 847-849.

Scanned reprint and DASH reprint - An Algebraic Surface with
*K*ample, (*K*^{2}) = 9,*p*,_{g}= q = 0*Amer. J. of Math.*, 1979,**101**, pp. 233-244.

Scanned reprint and DASH reprint