The Life of Charlotte Bronte

The Life of Charlotte Bronte

by ElizabethCleghornGaskell (Author)

Synopsis

A leading psychologist explres what the development of extraordinary figures (Mozart, Freud, Woolf and Ghandi) can tell us of human capabilties and the development of our own minds. Gardner weaves together recent research in cognitive science, child development and psychology, in a book that is both intellectually interesting and provocative, but also makes the reader consider his own life and mind, in an effective and attractive crossover of serious and popular psychology.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 160
Edition: New edition
Publisher: Phoenix
Published: 07 Jul 1942

ISBN 10: 0460113186
ISBN 13: 9780460113182

Author Bio
The most comprehensive paperback edition available Includes introduction, notes, selected criticism, further reading, text summary and chronology of Elizabeth Gaskell's life and times Reset with wide B format pages to give generous margins for notes An important addition to, and finally completing the Gaske