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African Notebook
by Albert Schweitzer, Charles E. B. Russell, Lachlan Forrow
Paperback from Syracuse Univ Pr (Trade)

Albert Schweitzer: A Biography (The Albert Schweitzer Library)
from Syracuse University Press

Albert Schweitzer: The Doctor Who Gave Up a Brilliant Career to Serve the People of Africa
by James Bentley
Library Binding from Gareth Stevens

Culture, Ecology, and Politics in Gabon's Rainforest (African Studies (Lewiston, N.Y.), V. 65.)
by Michael Charles Reed, James Franklin Barnes
Hardcover from Edwin Mellen Press

In Africa With Schweitzer
by Edgar, Dr. Berman
Paperback from HarperCollins (paper)

Memoirs of Childhood and Youth
by Albert Schweitzer, Kurt Bergel, Alice R. Bergel, Kirt Bergel
Hardcover from Syracuse Univ Pr (Trade)
The Mysticism of Paul the Apostle (Albert Schweitzer Library)
by Albert Schweitzer, et al

The Mystery of the Kingdom of God: The Secret of Jesus' Messiahship and Passion
by Albert Schweitzer
(Paperback - September 1985)

My Days With Albert Schweitzer: A Lambarene Landscape
by Frederick Franck
Paperback from The Lyons Press

Out of My Life and Thought: An Autobiography (Albert Schweitzer Library)
by Albert Schweitzer, et al

On the Edge of the Primeval Forest and More from the Primeval Forest: Experiences and Observations of a Doctor in Equatorial Africa
by Albert Schweitzer
(Hardcover - June 1976)

Schweitzer: A Biography
by George Marshall, David Poling, Rhena Schweitzer
Paperback from Johns Hopkins Univ Pr
The Quest of the Historical Jesus: A Critical Study of Its Progress from Reimarus to Wrede (Albert Schweitzer Library)
by Albert Schweitzer, et al
The Primeval Forest: Including on the Edge of the Primeval Forest ; And, More from the Primeval Forest
by Albert Mitteilungen Aus Lambarene Schweitzer, Albert Schweitzer Institute for the Humanities
Paperback from Johns Hopkins Univ Pr

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Compassion, in which all ethics must take root, can only attain its full breadth and depth if it embraces all living creatures and does not limit
itself to mankind. Albert Schweitzer, (1875-1965)

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