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The Argument Culture
The Argument Culture
Written by Deborah Tannen
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9780307765536
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The Argument Culture
Moving from Debate to Dialogue
Written by Deborah Tannen


Format: eBook, 384 pages
On Sale: October 24, 2012
Price: $11.99

In her number one bestseller, You Just Don't Understand, Deborah Tannen showed why talking to someone of the other sex can be like talking to someone from another world. Her bestseller Talking from 9 to 5 did for workplace communication what You Just Don't Understand did for personal relationships. Now Tannen... Read more >
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Man and His Symbols
Man and His Symbols
Written by Carl Gustav Jung
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9780307800558
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Man and His Symbols

Written by Carl Gustav Jung


Format: eBook, 320 pages
On Sale: February 1, 2012
Price: $7.99

Illustrated throughout with revealing images, this is the first and only work in which the world-famous Swiss psychologist explains to the layperson his enormously influential theory of symbolism as revealed in dreams.


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An Uncommon History of Common Things
An Uncommon History of Common Things
Written by Bethanne Patrick and John Thompson, Foreword by Henry Petroski
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9781426204203
Our Price: $40.00
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An Uncommon History of Common Things

Written by Bethanne Patrick and John Thompson
Foreword by Henry Petroski


Format: Hardcover, 304 pages
On Sale: November 17, 2009
Price: $40.00

Sometime about 30,000 years ago, somebody stuck a sharp rock into a split stick—and presto! The axe was born. Our inquisitive species just loves tinkering, testing, and pushing the limits, and this delightfully different book is a freewheeling reference to hundreds of customs, notions, and inventions that reflect human ingenuity throughout... Read more >
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