The silent language

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Doubleday, 1959 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 240 pages
17 Reviews
Manners and behavior speak more plainly tha words. This book shows how tradition, taboo, environment, habits and personality vary from one country to the next and what part they paluy in communication with other countries.

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Review: The Silent Language

User Review  - Oleg Kagan - Goodreads

This is Edward T. Hall's first book and my first Edward T. Hall book. Generally speaking, it outlines a lot of the subject matter that will be expanded and further explained in subsequent works. Due ... Read full review

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User Review  - Timothy - Goodreads

A very interesting read, although the book is a bit dated! Read full review

Contents

chapter one the voices of time
15
chapter two what is culture?
31
chapter jour the major triad
63
Copyright

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