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Clasificación:
152.4 T668
Título:
Boredom : a lively history. --
Imp / Ed.:
New Haven, CT, Estados Unidos : Yale University Press, c2011.
Descripción:
viii, 211 p. : il. ; 22 cm.
Contenido:
List of illustrations. -- Preface. -- 1. Putting boredom in its place. -- 2. Chronic boredom and the company it keeps. -- 3. Humans, animal and incarceration. -- 4. The disease that wasteth at noonday. -- 5. Does boredom have a history?. -- 6. The long march back to boredom. -- Readings. -- Acknowledgements. -- Index. --
Resumen:
Tomado de Amazon: "In the first book to argue for the benefits of boredom, Peter Toohey dispels the myth that it's simply a childish emotion or an existential malaise like Jean-Paul Sartre's nausea. He shows how boredom is, in fact, one of our most common and constructive emotions and is an essential part of the human experience. Toohey shows that boredom is a universal emotion experienced by humans throughout history and he explains its place, and value, in today's world. Boredom: A Lively History is vital reading for anyone interested in what goes on when supposedly nothing happens."
ISBN:
9780300141108
Notas:
Incluye bibliografía (p. 191-204).

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