Something to make you think . . . . . . Something to make you
ponder . . . . . And perhaps something to make you smile
occasionally . . . . The substance of this book aspires to be an
anthology of observations, idle conjecture and suppositions
concerning the existence and behaviour exhibited by a very modern
animal, the Human Being. Subjects are not discussed in great depth,
but instead in a light and sometimes humorous attempt to add
contemplation and comprehension to the behaviour exhibited or
enacted by all of us on a day to day basis. Some of the antics,
activities and habits are well known, but knowledge of others may
depend on ones intelligence, awareness or apathy. It is hoped the
contents within may be described as a cocktail of sociology and
psychology with just a dash of philosophy added for taste. Alas it
may also be described as the incoherent ramblings of an opinionated
individual. However, in order for one to form a judgment on the
essence of this book, one first has to read it
|Country of origin:
Michael K. Chapman
||229 x 152 x 10mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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