Kessinger Publishing, 2003 M07 1 - 348 páginas
1923. There is something in a man which does not inhere in his flesh, which is not in his brain, not in his body, something which eludes the biographer and evades the camera, something we feel, a real vital force, as mysterious as that of electricity and as difficult to understand. We call it a man's atmosphere, or magnetism, and it extends beyond his physical body.
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