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The requested page has been removed from our site at the request of Rudolf Steiner Press. Originally this work was eligible to be be presented on this site under a verbal agreement made many years ago between Rudolf Steiner Press and the Rudolf Steiner Archive. At this time, the agents of Rudolf Steiner Press feel that they can no longer honor this original agreement. We hope that in the future they will consent to make this page available again.

The Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib is a research facility whose primary goal is to create interest in Rudolf Steiner's Anthroposophical works. We promote the books on our website and hope this will in turn help the publishers sell more books. In fact, we encourage readers to “Buy the book!”

We encourage you to direct your questions, suggestions, and comments to the folks at the Rudolf Steiner Press by emailing them at this address:

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