Hold On: The Life, Science, and Art of Waiting

Oup Usa (2020)
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What do you do when you're not asleep and not eating? You're most likely waiting - to finish work, to get home, to finish your duties. This book aims to describe how many people experience waiting and how important this is, in popular and highbrow culture and in real life and how we cope with it.



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