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 17.        __________. “Research on Family Patterns: An Instrument Measurement.” Family Process, 3:41-65, 1964.

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  Bullfinch. Mytholgy

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Darnton, Richard. Mesmerism and the End of the Enlightenment in France.

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  _________.   The Way of Zen.

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