Character: The Grandest Thing in the World 1899
1899. Do we ask, what is character: Is it not that sum of qualities which distinguishes one person from another? If it is no part of Dr. Marden's intent, in this booklet, to catalog those mental and moral traits of most value to mankind, yet it is his intent to name certain deep-rooted dispositions, which are essential in the mental makeup of those who set before themselves a high ideal in seeking for the grandest thing in the world. Illustrated.
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