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One of the bestselling books of the 1930s was called That Something, a heart-wrenching novella of a homeless man who couldn't even find food. He had a mysterious encounter with a wealthy businessman, who wouldn't give him a breadcrumb but instead said, What you need is that something. Go find that something. The homeless man gathered his wits, and then something magical happened. He found work as a day laborer. Then a place to stay. Then he made some friends. Then he got a promotion. Then a raise. Then another raise. Before he knew it, he was the manager of the largest company in town. People marveled at his sudden rise up the company ladder. They grilled him for his success secrets, which he reveals in the book's spectacular finale. That Something, which sold millions of copies in the 1930s and received rave reviews and endorsements from the likes of Thomas Edison and Napoleon Hill, has long since been forgotten. Until now. This lavishly illustrated new edition of That Something has artwork by Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, Titian, Van Gogh, and El Greco. But what makes it especially unusual is its felt cover, exuberant calligraphy on nearly every page, and mystical artwork by the book's designer, Martin Alberti. That Something is an heirloom keepsake, a great gift, and a book you will treasure forever!
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Book Description Executive Books, 2008. Condition: New. Martin Alberti (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1933715693
Book Description Executive Books. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1933715693 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW99.1868727