In highschool we learned geometry separate from algebra, all with the same teacher. I would get 100% in geometry and failing grades in algebra. I later read in the arts and now have a PHd in psychology. I am from a family of artists and find my drawings and etchings tend towards repeated patterns and symetry. I recently started reading King of Infinite Space by Siobhen Roberts, a biography of Donald Coxeter. It is an excellent book and has rekindled a curiosity about geometry. Would you recommend I read Coxeter's books or vis there another route for someone who is interested in learning more geometry but still wanting to avoid algebre?
Why not judge for yourself what you like or not?
Two classics :
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A list at Amazon Geometry and Beyond.