5 edition of How to live creatively found in the catalog.
How to live creatively
Dorothy Evelyn Stanley
Cataloging based on CIP information.
|Statement||by Dorothy Evelyn Stanley.|
|Series||A Unilaw library book|
|LC Classifications||BJ1581.2 .S73|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||79017841|
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The authors seem to be writing for a particular type of creative person, one more extroverted than is relevant to me. There is definitely some truth in this book, but a lot of it is a bit alienating.
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Think Like an Artist: How to Live a Happier, Smarter, More Creative Life Written by Will Gompertz 3 STARS I thought this was a book on creativity for all kinds of artist but it actually focuses more on a particular artist (paintings, drawing, etc)/5.
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