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The Protean body: a Rolfer's ie of human flexibility. A87231(1. The Protean body: a Bolfer's vieM of human flexibility. By Don Johnson, illustrated by Charles Bamsburg. 151 p. e on text; Don Johnson; 27Apr77; J8723t0. Charles Bamsburg; 27Apr77; S872341. By Elton Bur bank McNeil. 559 p. Abridged from The Psychology of being human. au: Harper and Bon. Publishers.
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a Rolfer's view of human flexibility. 1st ed. by Johnson, Don. Published by Harper & Row in New York. Bibliography: p. 153-154.
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