The Great American Bathroom Book, Volume 1

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Compact Classics, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 606 pages
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The Great American Bathroom Book had its beginnings on a cross-country flight, as Lan England started wishing he had a short summary of every classic he'd heard about but didn't have time to read.

Lan decided he wasn't the only person who felt this way. He hired Stevens Anderson, an editor, who hired college professors and other bookworms who loved to read. The result was the The Great American Bathroom Book, Vol I, a collection of 130 2-page summaries from great books of all genres, from Don Quixote to The Road Less Traveled. Volume I also features 90 research overviews on subjects like "Putting Spark in Your Relationships", "Managing Conflict", "Time-saving Tips", and more.

Volume II features over 220 book summaries and a section of Quotes and Anecdotes. Volume III has more than 180 new summaries, as well as 8 Thought Collections and sections of Facts and Inquiries.

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User Review  - Tonya Bradley - Goodreads

I loved it. I was able to get all three books in a boxed set, but they'll never be in my bathroom. Read full review

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a wonderful friend bought me this!! LOVE IT! Read full review

Contents

1D1 Managing Conllict
33
1D4 Unlocking Your Workteams Potential
39
Sertion
45
Copyright

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