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ca 1913. Printed wraps. 10 pp. Reprinted from the Virginia Medical Semi-Monthly, July 25, 1913. A short essay reflecting on habit in human beings, exploring the benefits to 'instinctively' carrying out daily tasks, but also the perils of bad habits in modern society. Citing the stresses of meeting modern demands, the author addresses the use of drugs and alcohol to address 'weaknesses' that a person may feel, while also citing Eddyism, the Emmanuel movement, Christian Science, progressive causes and even the suffragist movement as bad habits or supplements that people use to treat themselves in the face of modern inadequacy. FAIR/GOOD condition. Moderate to heavy soiling to the covers, with dark scuffing, uneven fading and some creasing. Dark dampstain to the upper rear cover, affecting the upper margin of the book. Text somewhat browned.
Title: Habit-A Manifestation of Personality
Publisher: Richmond, VA, Williams Printing Company:
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Book Condition: Fair
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 006930