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Émile Coué: The Man and his Work

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    An ambitious title appears on this book, which is really an enthusiastic appreciation of a doctor from whom the writer has received benefit. It records vividly scenes at Nancy, Eton, and London when Coué gave demonstrations of his methods. The writer gives a very charming impression of Coue as a man. The book is not, however, nor does it purport to be, a scientific treatise on Coué's theories of suggestion.

    Émile Coué: The Man and his Work.

    Hugh

    MacNaughten

    By. Pp. xi + 52. (London: Methuen and Co., Ltd., 1922.) 2s. net.

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