A Proposal for the Further Study of Great Writers
It could be said that the study of Literature and the study of Psychology are a most incompatible mix. Properly schooled in one or the other of these two disciplines, it is the psychologist who will point out the “left brain” is attributed with the functions of Analyzing, Mathematics, and step-by-step Reasoning and the “right brain” is likewise concerned with Creative Thinking and
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had a sound left-brain while the other two showed some degree of mental deterioration.
Without soft beds and tight shoes, Demaria’s anthology may have been a lot shorter.
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