2 edition of Boredom found in the catalog.
Originally published: Milan : Valentino Bompiani & Co., 1960.
|Statement||Alberto Moravia ; introduction by William Weaver ; translated by Angus Davidson|
|Contributions||Davidson, Angus, 1898-1982|
|LC Classifications||PQ4829.O62 N613 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 320 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||99031900|
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It’s a state that is undesirable, uninteresting and just plain boring. But as one particularly bored boy discovers, there’s actually more to boredom than meets the eye—more questions, more theories, and heaps of : Bookroo. The Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa For me this simply has to be the definitive book on boredom.
I sometimes forget I am breathing when I find myself lost in Author: Guardian Staff. This book should have been titled Possession for it deals with obsessive-possessive love spawned by the boredom of the disengaged.
Dino is a 35 year-old painter who has lost his touch, a spoiled only-child of a doting but rich mother/5. This book is a study of an essential and incredibly common emotion in human beings – boredom.
This book is not a physiological or psychological study of boredom but a synthesis of how painters, monks, novelists, scientists, psychologists, and biologists visualize, narrate, an analyse boredom via artworks, literature, films, and academic papers from BC to nowadays/5(15).
Fend off boredom with this hefty compendium of searches and activities featuring everyone’s favorite wanderer and his wily friends. You’ll find mazes, matching games, connect-the-dots, coloring pages, word searches, quizzes, and more, all guaranteed to occupy sharp-eyed : Candlewick Press.