Yes, thirty-two pages long. Thirty-two freaking pages long!
In fact, if you want to see a copy of the dissertation, you can go to this webpage and find a PDF copy of his dissertation. It was type-written, has plenty of hand-written mathematical formulae, has two (yes, TWO!) citations, one of them being himself, and a short acknowledgment.
So, who is John Forbes Nash? If one watched the movie A Beautiful Mind, then one would know who this person is. He won the Nobel Prize in Economics back in 1994. He also is diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.
I never knew that a dissertation could be this short. At least in my field, psycholinguists typically write shorter dissertations than say, fieldwork-based linguists. So I expect my dissertation to be around the 150-250 page range. A fieldwork-based linguist would probably write around 600-700 pages.
If the length of one's dissertation signifies the amount of time that a person becomes insane, then indeed John Forbes Nash didn't have much time. That also means that I can be insane in the near future too. That also means that fieldworkers are the least insane linguists around. Hmmm, that hypothesis might be problematic.