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How to Read Human Nature by William Walker Atkinson

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How to Read Human Nature
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Publisher: The Elizabeth Towne Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B005J5VRQC
Number of pages: 202

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This book is a guide to human body language, personality, character, and qualities. It takes reading body language and voice inflection for meaning to the next level, analyzing such elements as mental qualities, emotive qualities, relative qualities, and perceptive qualities in the human brain, reminding one of the study of phrenology.

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