2 edition of These books were stimulating found in the catalog.
These books were stimulating
Delmer M. Goode
|LC Classifications||Z5814.U7 G6 1958|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||58063429|
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Black Swan was a great surprise to me. I thought I was just picking up a popular piece of non-fiction. Instead, it’s my favorite in a field I obsessed over for years—Overconfidence.
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Creativity is closely associated to spirituality and Julia Cameron explores the extent of this connection in her book.
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