by Dene Dryden. Originally published in the Oct. 2019 edition of Live Ideas. Find it here. […]
Find Part I here. View this short story in the December edition of the journal here. After waking up, I […]
This article was published in the Oct. 2019 edition of Live Ideas. View it HERE. Introduction The twelfth-century musical […]
The October edition of Live Ideas: Undergraduate Primary Texts Journal was published on Tuesday, October 15th! It includes artwork, poetry, […]
Transcendentalism discovered keys to happiness long before modern psychology confirmed them. This is evident in Louisa May Alcott’s enduring novel, Little Women, as well as her other works. This paper explores the ideas of happiness found in Alcott’s works, and how her ideas were influenced by transcendentalism at large.