The Desiderata of Happiness: A Collection of Philosophical Poems

Crown Publishers (1948)
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In a uniform format with Desiderata and The Desiderata of Love (with all-new illustrations and a fresh new jacket), this is a collection of life-affirming poems by a writer who has inspired and comforted countless readers. Line drawings.

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