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Rhine, Louisa E.

 This book began as a biography of J. B. Rhine by his wife but instead became an account of their life and work together; thus, it can also be viewed as L.E. Rhine's autobiography. Based on letters, notes, and the author's diary, it contains many details not available elsewhere. The history of American parapsychology is here revealed by L. E. Rhine's intimate account of her husband's participation as well as of the impact on him of the words and action of others. His reaction, in turn, influenced the entire field of that period.
Publisher Information:Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1983. 287p. 29 illustrations; Index: 283-287
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