Crisis Intervention: Theory and Methodology

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APPENDIX E
Authors Quoted in This Book
Addison, Joseph 1672-1719
Bierce, Ambrose Gwinett 1842-1914
Byron, George Gordon (6th Baron: Byron of Rochdale, called Lord Byron) 1788-1824
Cicero, Marcus Tullius 106-43 BC
Dickinson, Emily Elizabeth 1830-1886
Disraeli, Benjamin 1804-1881
Duc de La Rochefoucauld, Francois 1613-1680
Emerson, Ralph Waldo 1803-1882
Epictetus circa AD 55-circa 135
Franklin, Benjamin 1706-1790
Gandi, Mohandas K. 1869-1948
Gilbran, Kahil 1883-1931
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1749-1832
Goldsmith, Oliver 1728-1774
Hippocrates 460-377 BC
Holy Bible, King James Version
Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus) 65-8 BC
Houseman, Alfred Edward 1859-1936
Keats, John 1795-1821
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald 1917-1963
Ovid, P. Ovidius Naso 43 BC-17 AD
Retz, Cardinal de 1614-1679
Roux, Joseph 1834-1905
Saki (pseudonym of HH Muno) 1870-1916
Shakespeare, William 1564-1616
Sophoceles 496-406 BC
Stevenson, Robert Louis 1850-1894
Wordsworth, William 1770-1850
Wylie, Elinor 1885-1928
Young, Edward 1623-1765

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