The Science of The New Thought

Hopkins, E. Whitford

Published by The Science of The New Thought Book Concern, 1904
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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red cloth with gilt lettering; faded a bit on the spine ; dusty top ; previous owner's name on ffep; minor edge wear and corners lightly bumped o.w. very good. promotional flyer on book laid in. on the title page, E, Whitford Hopkins listed as a Metaphysician. "Truth is Stranger than Fiction" a widely used cliche listed below his name. This book got an raving review in the Atlantic Monthly but there is othewise very little known about the book. The book is chock full of interesting assertions made apparently by Hopkins some of which might have been deemed controversial for that era. Here are just a few of the titles of the chapters: The Law of Vibration The Rationale of Physical Culture Power of Man Thought Habits Man A Mental Community Mental Alchemy Mental Healing The Spiritual man. Bookseller Inventory # tsotnt12172007

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Title: The Science of The New Thought

Publisher: The Science of The New Thought Book Concern

Publication Date: 1904

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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Rare Reads formerly operated a storefront in The Lakewood Antiques Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia but reverted to a strictly online operation when the Gallery closed. In 2006, Rare Reads published "The Heeey Baby Days of Beach Music" which received a bronze medal from The Independent Publishers Association. Long sold out, copies of the 13 pound tribute to the musicians who created the unique R&B genre are occasionally available on ABE. The book was a collaborative effort of Rare Reads and many others including the musicians that created the sound Southerns term "Beach Music." Rare Reads is considering future publications in addition to expanding its online enterprise. Rare Reads is operated by Greg Haynes and son Reid Haynes and has warehouses in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia.

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