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    them are quite varied. He behaves very differently around Jim Williams than around Joe Odom and his crew, and differently from all of them when around Lee Adler. His reactions to the news of Williams's arrest and trials vary greatly from his reaction to the Lady Chablis' singular exit from "her" job. Berendt is more reserved and plays the part of the confidant when he is in the company of Williams. From their first meeting, Williams seems ready to open up to Berendt, and the reader gets the feeling

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    with great detail. The imagery associated with Savannah itself is nothing short of astounding. The squares that populate Savannah, the houses in the area, and even the town cemetery are presented with wonderful detail. At one point Berendt speaks of James Oglethorpe, the founder of Georgia, and the fact that Oglethorpe had the squares planned before he had set sail from England. The layout was to be "based on the design of a Roman military encampment.

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    There was this one scene in the book where he was having an interview with Jim Williams when Danny Hansford walked in, in a tirade, with a shirt on that said F-U on it. Well earlier that day his other friend Joe Oldem had been talking about this strange man who woke up in his bed with that same thing printed on his shirt. John was in the right place at the right time to put two and two together. Jim Williams was the other major character in this book, he was an antique dealer who owned

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    the novel by introducing Jim Williams, a wealthy self-made man whom everyone knows, and respects. Jim Williams commits an unexpected crime, which shocks the whole town. William's finds out Danny Hansford, his ex-lover is in a relationship with a girl, which makes him feel anger and rage towards Hansford. Oftentimes, people who commit murder are either frustrated and cannot control their actions, or they may have a mental illness, which could lead a person like Jim Williams, to commit a crime

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    Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt Savannah is the city of Southeast Georgia near the mouth of the Savannah River. James Ogelthorpe founded it in 1733, it is the oldest city in Georgia and has been a major port since the early 19th century (Soukhanov, p.1606). Savannah has been called that gently mannered city by the sea and indeed it is, with Spanish moss hanging from the huge oak trees and the shine of the moon reflecting off the pillars of Savannah’s grand mansions.

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    Evil Inherited money is held in much higher esteem than earned money in Savannah, Georgia. This is a theme seen throughout Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, John Berendt's non-fictional account of life in Savannah. Characters such as Jim Williams, who worked for their money and brought themselves up the social ladder, are seen as being beneath those who inherited their money, such as Lee Adler. The old wealth tend to look down on anyone who wasn't born with their money. Their views of just

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    William James became famous for writing books . And how his childhood had ways to do with him becoming famous. By the paths he took, changes he made, and things he did to become famous. He is a famous Philosopher and he wrote books about Psychology and religion. He had attended schools all around. He was teacher and he taught at schools about psychology and chemistry. He a wife and four children. William James was getting treatments that wasn’t working for his pains. He died in his home on August

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    “Civilization and Its Discontents” is a book written by Sigmund Freud in 1929 (originally titled “Das Unbehagen in der Kultur” or The Uneasiness in Culture.) This is considered to be one of Freud’s most important and widely read works. In this book, Freud explains his perspective by enumerating what he sees as fundamental tensions between civilization and the individual. He asserts that this tension stems from the individual’s quest for freedom and non-conformity and civilization’s quest for uniformity

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    Psychology of Religion

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    Opinions have greatly differed in terms of psychology as to its role of religion in believers’ lives. Freud, the ‘father of psychoanalysis’ sees religion as a dangerous illusion, and the suppression of trauma resulting in a ‘universal neurosis’ that is, religion. In his book Civilisation and its Discontents, Freud discusses the manners in which religion is beneficial to society, and how far this defines religion. Freud sees religion as a way of suppressing any natural desires which would be otherwise

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    The way it goes

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    academically and socially as an undergraduate, and, in the company of William James and Josiah Royce, he became one of the most prominent and well-recognized participants in perhaps the greatest department of philosophy that ever existed. Yet Santayana found something horribly wrong with the changing University. He worried that the mass movement towards practicality and specialization, which he equated with President Charles William Eliot's attempts to make Harvard a nationally-recognized institution

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