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It follows the protagonist from birth to death, presenting many examples of our pains and joys throughout, and explains many psychological theories in easy to understand ways.
This is a catalog showcasing how horribly bad dating can go, and although I don't usually listen to this kind of stuff I found it hard to put down.
This is a behind the scenes look at the people handling the creative process of some of the best shows of the first decade of the 21st century. Basically what you'd love to see in bonus content if you get those shows on DVD.
This course points out charts the professor was displaying on a white board or a projector, which lost me after 3 lectures.
Interesting topic, not so good presentation.
The best answer to all those unrealistic romances you've read: Messed up in all the right ways.
I don't know how this ended up in my library, maybe it's a gift or something. I don't care about Beyonce, and the narrator should be hired to torture prisoners in Guantanamo Bay by narrating random stuff to them all day.
This is supposed to be a comical view of English (British) culture for Americans who have little to no understanding of the universe beyond the American borders.
There are many resources that examine Chinese history and Chinese civilization, but this is one of the rare resources that cover China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam and the other nations and civilizations of Central Asia.
Everything from great leaders, philosophies, economics, religions and their influences from and to other parts of the world and among themselves. It is a deep, rich course leaving you wanting more.
This course explores the development of the field of psychology, going through all the major developments, ideas, and problems it has faced. Your mileage may vary based on how seriously you take psychology as a legitimate field of study. While I have some doubts about some concepts, overall this is an interesting ride on the human understanding of mind, personality, and to a certain degree criminal law.
This course combines big historic events and trends during the era of the French Revolution and through Napoleon's reign with the everyday lives of the people who lived during that time. We need more history courses like this.
This is an analysis of a select few classic literary works and discussing the themes within it to a contemporary audience, with a consideration of the societal elements present when it was written.
It could have been doubled in length and not have covered everything available to analyse. It is an excellent, ambitious attempt in a subject that is massive in scope.
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