The fully illustrated chapters within this compehensive guide will gradually lead the reader toward understanding and interpreting the different features of handwriting, t only where the personal qualities of the writer are clearly expressed, but also where he or she tries to mask them behind affected mannerisms. Many features of handwriting will be interpreted by the readers as symptoms of conflict in their own minds. They will be led to solve their problems through a study of their own handwriting and will find many examples of such conflicting traits in samples of handwriting collected by the author during the many years of her experience. The samples will teach the reader to apply his newly won method in similar cases, and so gradually acquire experience of his own. The author has endeavored to prove that thing is surmise or mere intuition in graphology. On the contrary, each graphic trait will be explained in full detail in connection with the different combinations and associations. Only through those combinations can one do justice to the writer's personality in the analysis of handwriting.