Love and the Philosopher, a Study in Sentiment
Health Research Books, 1972 - 287 pages
1923 Marie Corelli wrote: "I have hopes that the Philosopher, though selfish, may be liked, when he is known, for his unselfishness, "and that the Sentimentalist may waken a sister-sympathy among those many charming women, who though wishing to be gentl.
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