Between the Devil and the Dragon: The Best Essays and Aphorisms of Eric Hoffer
This collection of the major writings of American longshoreman-philosopher Eric Hoffer includes the complete text of "The True Believer" and important essays and aphorisms from all of his works
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The Unnaturalness of Human Nature
The Playful Mood
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