An Intimate History of Humanity

An Intimate History of Humanity

Book - 1995
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An original and provocative history of mankind that touches the heart as wellas the mind by exploring the evolution of emotions and personal relationshipsthrough diverse cultures and throughout time.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, [1995].
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780060171605
006017160X
Branch Call Number: 128 ZEL
Characteristics: vii, 488 p.

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AnamCara
Dec 31, 2007

This book was an interesting read. It provided food for though with regards to the human experience and how different people deal with those experiences. Although most of the subjects referred to were from France it showed how people no matter where they live go through the same things. It showed how people bounce back and how some things build people up rather than knock them down.

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