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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 055

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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 055 is a diverse and thought-provoking collection of essays and articles by various authors. Covering a wide range of topics, from personal anecdotes to socio-political commentary, this collection offers a glimpse into the minds of its contributors.

One standout piece in this collection is an essay exploring the concept of identity and how it shapes our perceptions of ourselves and the world around us. The author delves deep into the complexities of identity, touching on issues of race, gender, and sexuality, and challenges readers to question their own assumptions and biases.

Another notable entry is a humorous take on the trials and tribulations of modern dating in the digital age. The author's witty and relatable anecdotes will surely resonate with anyone who has navigated the world of online dating.

Overall, Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 055 is a captivating and enlightening read that offers something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a thought-provoking exploration of a complex issue or a lighthearted take on everyday experiences, this collection has it all. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a quick and engaging read.

Book Description:
Fifteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include Philosophy and Psychology: selections from Kierkegaard's "Preparation for a Christian Life" and Jung's "The Hymn of Creation," and an exploration of Hegel's psychology; Arts and the Avant-garde: critiques of Kreymborg by Lola Ridge and of Pablo Picasso by Marius de Zayas, the rationale behind "1001 Afternoons in Chicago" by Ben Hecht, and notes on the 15th century inventors of moveable type; Science: "Voyager I Encounters Saturn" by NASA and microscopic investigation of protozoa; Equal Rights: comments by Charles Sumner and Lucy Parsons; Evocations of the Seasons: January days in New England and Monarch butterflies overwintering in Bolinas, California; as well as praise for American cheese, and an essay by Henry Ford, expounding "What I Learned About Business." Georg Hegel's Psychology was translated by Granville Stanley Hall Gustav Jung's The Hymn of Creation was translated by Beatrice M Hinkle

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