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The Free Spirit of Texas: Freely Given Advice on Attitude and Knowledge

by:
John B. Rall (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-1706-5 ©2003
Price: $18.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 285 pages
Category/Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General

Inquisitive thinking, and philosophical ramblings all run together in this humorous, refreshing, non-clinical approach to everyday problems by author, John B. Rall. This is a “must read” for anyone wanting a conspicuous perspective into themselves and others.

Abstract:
Take a wild and exciting trip through the illustrious imagination of a southern, Texas philosopher, about those little things we never talk about. The Free Spirit of Texas: Freely Given Advice on Attitude and Knowledge flaunts the traditional ways of dealing with everyday problems. Just what is normal and how does your definition differ from others? With the wisdom and philosophical views of a true Texan, we illuminate these questions in a humorous, but down home atmosphere. Shot straight from the hip; learn more about yourself and others from a lone star state of mind.

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Customer Reviews

  Texas philosophy , 12/14/2003
Reviewer: Patrick Jamison
This book was one of the best I have read. It covers lots of topics about every day problems. The author really gets into the readers mind with his poems and intellectual passages. He really knows how people feel and expresses his feelings with clever word usage. I would recomend this book to anyone who wants a little humor and straightforwardness in their life. The title says it all.

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  Texas attitude , 12/14/2003
Reviewer: Benjamin Johnson
finally a book that tells it like it is. awonderful piece of work that delves into the problems we all want answered. The author writes with his heart, unlike many authors these days, making the reader feel involved with the topics. The poems and rhyming passages are the best, they are real and you can feel it in your soul. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes to think deeper than most people.

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  Southern Justice , 12/14/2003
Reviewer: Tony L. Bryan
It's about time someone came along to prove that we Texans are not slack jawed idiots that just fell off the turnip truck. With true country wit and wisdom Mr.Rall tells us how the cow ate the cabbage. A great book for Texans by a Texan, and as a Texan myself I should know. If you want to know how we think then this is the book to read.

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