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Ever Since Adam and Eve

by Malcolm Potts
Publisher: CUP Archive
Release Date: 1999-02-14
Genre: Psychology
Pages: 358 pages
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Synopsis : Ever Since Adam and Eve written by Malcolm Potts, published by CUP Archive which was released on 1999-02-14. Download Ever Since Adam and Eve Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. No doubt there were wives whose belief in an afterlife was strong enough to sustain them in their moment of sacrifice , and stories abound of widows who gave themselves eagerly to the flames . Most widows did not die of their own free ... -- A lively and entertaining account of the broad panorama of human sexual behaviour which reveals our actions to be an inextricable mixture of nature and nurture - a combination of innate actions evolved over the millenia, overlain by more recent cultural constraints imposed by civilization.

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