Religion and The Rise of Capitalism : A Historical Study
|Author(s)||TAWNEY, R. H |
|Publisher||A Mentor Book / New York / 1962|
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|Number of pages||280 hlm.|
|Accesssion No.||Call Number||Location||Status|
|26355||(TB) 261.8 Taw r ||Library - 1st Floor||Available|
Books are delightful when prosperity happily smiles;
when adversity threatens, they are inseparable comforters.
They give strength to human compacts,
nor are grave opinions brought forward without books.
Arts and sciences,
the benefits of which no mind can calculate,
depend upon books.