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One Hundred Names for Love: Book summary and reviews of One Hundred Names for Love by Diane Ackerman
One Hundred Names for Love Summary
Everyone who cherishes the gift of language will cherish Diane Ackerman's narrative masterpiece, an exquisitely written love story and medical miracle story, one that combines science, inspiration, wisdom, and heart.
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their journey makes for goofy, pun-happy reading, a little like overhearing lovers coo to each other." - Publishers Weekly
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Diane Ackerman Author Biography
Poet, essayist, and naturalist, Diane Ackerman is the author of many highly acclaimed works of nonfiction, including A Natural History of the Senses -- a book beloved by readers all over the world and the volumes Deep Play, A Slender Thread, The Rarest of the Rare, A Natural History of Love, The Moon by Whale Light, and a memoir on flying, On Extended Wings.
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