Both Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman and Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House have at their core a character who is trapped by social expectations and economic realities. Miller's protagonist, Willy . . . .
Whether or not we are aware of it, psychological concepts and principles shape and determine our behavior. They influence how we interact with other people and how we perform in social situations . . . .
Not very much is there in Virginia Woolf's 1927 book, To the Lighthouse. This is no way keeps it from being a marvelous work of literature - perhaps one of the most marvelous works of literature . . . .
There are a plethora of web pages devoted to mental health in general and mood disorders in specific. CANMAT and Dr. Ivan's Depression Central are two worth investigating. The Canadian Network for . . . .
What does it mean to say that a short story is realistic? Since a short story is a work of fiction, a product of the imagination, how does an author create the illusion that what is transpiring in . . . .
The rule of Peter the Great was characterized with Western orientation in all areas of Russian life, establishment of Russia as a military might and development of sciences and education imported . . . .
William James was a prominent psychologist and philosopher in the early 20th century. Presently, James' work is outdated, but only in the sense that Galileo's or Darwin's work is outdated. Both . . . .