by Maximilian J. Rudwin
Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc 1921
Number of pages: 332
Of all the myths which have come down to us from the East, and of all the creations of Western fancy and belief, the Personality of Evil has had the strongest attraction for the mind of man. The Devil is the greatest enigma that has ever confronted the human intelligence.
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