Not that we have always known about Euler – the CLC team doesn’t contain any qualified mathematicians, and were just a bit intimidated when Euler’s Elements of Algebra was recommended for inclusion in the very first batch of CLC titles in July 2009.
Still more intimidating was the three-volume, black-letter German edition from 1796–7 that we reissued the following spring. We should not have worried. Our specialist adviser was on to a winner. The books have been warmly received and have sold very well – the English version is one of our bestsellers. Emboldened by this success, later this year we intend to bring out more Euler – this time some astronomical works in Latin. Watch this space!