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This delightful and engaging book travels around the world and throughout history, from ancient Egypt to eighteenth century France and beyond, to tell the story of the monkey's role in art. By turns amusing and serious, the text and pictures provide a fascinating glimpse into the unlikely ways in which human beings have chosen to view their simian relatives over the centuries.
Ptolemy Tompkins (born 1962) is an American writer specializing in books describing the role of the spiritual in ordinary life.
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Ptolemy Tompkins is an American writer, author of Paradise Fever: Dispatches from the Dawn .
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A good book, for me, has always been more than the simple sum of its parts: more than the man or woman who wrote it, more than the paper it’s printed on, more than the ink on its pages
A good book, for me, has always been more than the simple sum of its parts: more than the man or woman who wrote it, more than the paper it’s printed on, more than the ink on its pages. Reading a good book in the right way can allow me to switch the gears of my consciousness – to actually inhabit the world in a different way than I was inhabiting it before I picked it up and started reading.
Ptolemy Tompkins examines how the different spiritual traditions across the millenia have viewed death and the afterlife in his latest book, The Modern Book of the Dead. He discusses the common elements of ancient and traditional beliefs as well as the results of near death experiences, and how taken together they present an enormously convincing and encouraging argument for the continuance of life after death, with its implications as to how to live our lives today.
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths
Subcategory: New Age and Spirituality
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Subcategory: World Literature