The biography is divided up into seven different versions of the same story. They range from the most abstract, Biography 7, to the most literal, Biography 1.

Let G be the Galois group. The element Evariste is generated by Mother and Father. Evariste holds all of the properties of an element in the Galois group. Let us choose Evariste so that he is intelligent, and brilliant at mathematical intuition. Then we can assume he will end up in a prominent school.

We now assume, without loss of generality, that Evariste attends the Lycee Louis-le-Grand, excelling until, one year, he is told that he must repeat a grade because of his slight age. At this point we establish an isomorphism from the elements of Evariste’s consciousness to the elements of a mathematician’s – thus Evariste had become a mathematician.

The element Evariste in the Galois set fails the Ecole Polytechnique test of for admittance. Even after a Richard-transform, the new element, Evariste’ still fails the test. We also learn that one of the generators of Evariste, Father, disappears to zero at some point.

A subgroup is formed from the elements of the French wealthy elite, and its intersection with the Galois group was the single element, Evariste. This subgroup is the students at the Ecole Preparatoire, a type of academic group that has fewer stipulations of admittance.

Through mathematical analysis, we deduce that all elements of the Ecole Preparatoire are destined too be involved politically. Due to the classification of the Evariste element, it becomes intrinsic in rebellious activity.

We form another subgroup, political prisoners. Evariste is contained in political prisoners.

We look at the isomorphism between the groups Males and Females. We discover, as a byproduct of our studies, that the isomorphism brings Evariste to a female we’ll call Stephanie. However, we will at no time use this isomorphism – it has no place in scientific study.

We note that after a lengthy process, the Evariste element terminates. At the same time, many other common elements in the political subgroup containing Evariste increase in value and significance. It is as if the element Evariste had some hand in the destiny of the others. Mathematics is a strange and uncommon phenomenon.