Kalliste's Reviews > A Left-Handed History of the World: An Exploration of World-Changing Mental Agility, Intellectual Superiority and the Power of Surprise. Ed Wright

A Left-Handed History of the World by Ed Wright
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Jan 24, 2009

really liked it
Recommended for: fellow left handers
Read in January, 2009 , read count: 1

This book somewhat fueled my ego. Telling me all the wondrous things about left handers and how the world is against us!
Altough, it did seem like a kind of sulk in places like how we can't use right handed scissors and everything is right oriented and etc. etc. That I didn't like so much.
I did like the link behind how the brain works with the leftness (or rightness) of the body and how that makes us lefties geniuses (heh, kidding... kinda) but it didn't really go into any of the bad stuff... it hinted at the high number of left handers in prison but never went into the reasons why we're all rebels... Other than that the world is against us of course.

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