Mapping Emotions to Literature
Were people happier in the 1950s than they are today? Or were they more frustrated, repressed and sad?
To find out, you’d have to compare the emotions of one generation to another. British anthropologists think they may have found the answer — embedded in literature.
February is a great month to read up on our U.S. Presidents! Some of the books we have available for checkout include: Bill O’Reilly & Martin Dugard’s “Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot”, “His Excellency: George Washington” by Joseph J. Ellis, “Lincoln’s War” by Geoffrey Perret, & “American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House” by Jon Meacham
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See more about Victor Hugo’s Paris at Smithsonian.com’s link above. Please call (946-2512) if you would like to be put on reserve for Hugo’s “Les Miserables” book.
Brrr… it’s cold outside today!! If you need a good book to read, stop by here first before you settle in! 🙂 Our “Chill out with a cool read..” display offers titles such as: “A Winter Dream” by Richard Paul Evans, “The Chocolate Snowman Murders” by Joanna Carl”, “Winter Study” by Nevada Barr, and “Snow Blind” by P.J. Tracy. — at Central City Public Library.
CENTRAL CITY — Merrick County residents gather at the Central City Public Library for Pinterest parties, book discussion groups, GED classes, …
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