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Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Connolly, Richard, Roze, Janis, Franck, Frederick
Frederick Franck served as a doctor on Albert Schweitzer's staff in Africa. He is the author of twenty-seven books including the classic Zen of Seeing, My Days with Albert Schweitzer, and A Little Compendium on That Which Matters. His drawings, paintings, and sculptures are displayed in museums worldwide Janis Roze is a professor of biology at the City University of New York Richard Connolly is a professor of communication arts at the State University of New YorkConnolly, Richard is the author of 'What Does It Mean to Be Human? Reverence for Life Reaffirmed by Responses from Around the World' with ISBN 9780312271015 and ISBN 0312271018.
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