This edition of How to Analyze People on sight features retouched, and colorized versions of the original illustrations.
How to Analyze People on Sight was originally written and published in 1921 by Elsie Lincoln Bendict as a scientific self-help appoach to correctly categorize and identify a person's personality and strenghts based upon their body, head and hand shapes.
Benedict believed strongly in the Human Analysis according to body type and that it would be the foot hold for the advancement of human sciences and psychology. And although her ideas were never taken seriously, the book has become a classic.
At Cricket House Books we strive to craft an aesthetically pleasing product that complements (rather than distracts) the timelessness of the author’s masterpiece. By paying special attention to formatting, punctuation, and style, we aim to provide the reader with editions of classic books that look much more like a book and less like a webpage or text document. And we hope that our readers, consider that as something of value. Enjoy the read!