Brothers and Sisters: The Order of Birth in the Family (Karl Konig Archive)
'Readers will approach this book from their respective family positions, which in my case is the first of four. It was striking to see the first-born characterised as a defender of faith, tradition and the family against new ideas and action. Surely the balance is critical here.' -- David Lorimer, Scientific & Medical Network 'For me the most telling aspect was how much Konig's descriptions of the first, second, third child and so on fitted so closely with characteristics we'd noticed in our children.' -- Education Otherwise 'A pleasure to read this important work again.' -- Camphill News NI 'A profound and insightful book.' -- Perspectives 'Fascinating.' -- Desmond Morris, author of 'The Naked Ape'
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