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The Natural History of Love

by Morton M. Hunt

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This book was pretty eye opening for me as I continue to sift through the myths I have been taught throughout my life. This book covers aspects of love, marriage, and sex starting with the Greeks and ending with the 1950s, when the book was published. It's amazing to me how much different the idea of love has been over the last 2500 years. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0385470509, Paperback)

A wide-ranging, deep-probing history of what love has meant in the Western world.  Primarily a history of emotional relationships between the sexes, it is for everyone who seeks a deeper understanding of the bond that unites men and women.

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