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This book intertwines stories, research and facts very nicely and left me with a refreshed view on the meaning and significance of in-person conversation.Published 15 months ago by milena
A very very good read. Why?
How reassuring it was to know that Conversation is THE MOST HUMAN of all our behaviors, as Mr. Read more
A GREAT READ. AND HERE'S WHY:
I found it very reassuring to see that Conversation is THE MOST HUMAN of all our behaviors. And as Mr. Read more
Author forgot that his goal should of been to provide something of value to the reader and must of wanted to entertaine himself with his confusing.Published on January 20, 2014 by R. Lewis
This is a thoughtful, humorous, intelligent and wonderfully written book. You will both enjoy and learn from reading it. It abounds with wisdom!Published on December 5, 2013 by Michael D. Zentman
Since pre-civilization people have told stories and related new ideas. They talked. How can we mark this accomplishment among humans? Read morePublished on September 29, 2013 by D. Wayne Dworsky
I have already read this book and bought it to replace a borrowed one that I messed up a little. The book was in pretty good condition. Read morePublished on April 2, 2013 by Anthony Butler
Menaker, a 20 year editor at the New Yorker pens this satirical, occasionally chuckle-worthy romp through the art of real conversation. Read morePublished on January 16, 2012 by BemisReviewsBooks