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Alice Thornton (1626-1707) was a sixteenth-century middle-class woman best known for her detailed autobiography. This volume, first published in 1873, contains the first published edition, which provides fascinating and candid details of her life, health problems and relationships within her family.About the Author:
Wendy Hirsh and Charles Jackson have written extensively about career development practice. They advise many leading employers in both the public and private sectors on developing strategies for career development and the design of career interventions.
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