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As an Oxford scholar, I would expect that you would be able to distinguish the difference between "you're" and "your". This is a great book, and that is all.

Reviewed on 2012.08.24

The Imperial Orgy

by Edgar Saltus

It's amazing!
The author has no clue about Russian history. It seems, he over-abused his mind with The Hammer of Witches.
My congratulations to the Congress Library.
I mark it excellent because in my opinion it's outstanding and brilliant for stupidity and ignorance.

Reviewed on 2011.06.13

Gulliver's Travels

by Jonathan Swift


Reviewed on 2010.10.17

The Biology, Physiology and Sociology of Reproduction

by Winfield S. Hall

Don't listen to the above review. Of course this book is out-dated, it was published in 1911! Anyways, here's my review: This is a surprizingly good book! Yes, it is a little out-dated, but what can you expect from a book published in 1911? It's a good book for looking into the mind of psychologists from the early 20th century. Don't expect this book to give you the most recent scientific advice. Overall, I'd highly recommend this book for anybody who is interested in the history of sexuality or psychology.

Reviewed on 2010.08.07

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