The Objective & Mystery of Life. By the writer of 'The Perplexities of Life'

By: Anonymous

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Gloucester: Crypt House Press, 1934. Limited edition of 500 copies. Clothbound hardcover book measuring 130x195mm with xii, 208 pages. A near fine copy in a near fine dust-jacket. Mild preliminary foxing. It is foolish to say that we do not care what happens after death: we are only deceiving ourselves; it is simply because we refuse to think about it. It is merely a question of time before we shall find ourselves on the brink of the unknown and realise that we do care. The Author has faced the fear of death and sought to solve the problems of life, and in the firm belied that all cause for fear can be removed, he has given us a work which will arouse, as did his Perplexities of Life, profound thinking. He shows us how, step by step, he discovered the objective of life.

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