Handwriting of the Famous and Infamous
A scribbled note, a carefully composed letter, a signature at the bottom of a treaty or a letter of surrender: It has long been recognized that just how they are written is often as revealing as the words themselves. Handwriting of the Famous and Infamous is a collection of handwriting samples of some of the most influential and notorious people of the past and the present. Distinguished graphologist Sheila Lowe uses the samples as the basis for fascinating psychological profiles of her subjects that investigate what their handwriting says about their personality, relationships, and motivation.
-- More than seventy-five samples of handwriting from famous and infamous figures, from a special note from Diana, Princess of Wales, to the early political philosophy of Adolf Hitler
-- Unique "Between the Lines" features show some of the most revealing traits to look out for in your own handwriting-and that of your friends and family
-- An ideal guide for people who are developing their interest in the science of graphology as well as those who are fascinated by the lives, loves, and characters of the famous and infamous
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