Dont Cry For Me, B. F. Skinner Ray Kloose

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Published: January 1st 2007

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579 pages


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Dont Cry For Me, B. F. Skinner  by  Ray Kloose

Dont Cry For Me, B. F. Skinner by Ray Kloose
January 1st 2007 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 579 pages | ISBN: | 5.73 Mb

Life is not easy for B. F. Hughes. He is prone to chronic daydreaming and wakeful loss of consciousness. His hero is the world renowned behavioral psychologist, B. F. Skinner. He sometimes pursues B. F. Skinner look-alikes in his Indiana hometown,MoreLife is not easy for B. F. Hughes. He is prone to chronic daydreaming and wakeful loss of consciousness. His hero is the world renowned behavioral psychologist, B. F. Skinner. He sometimes pursues B. F. Skinner look-alikes in his Indiana hometown, certain that fate has aligned their paths in a crossing pattern.Set in 1975, Dont Cry For Me, B.

F. Skinner is the story of a teenager struggling with obsessive delusions. Convinced that his life will forever change by contacting the legendary B. F. Skinner, he hatches plans to communicate with the living legend. He stalks the godfather of behaviorism by phone and ultimately devises a scheme to meet him at his home or office in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Completed on January 1, 2007, Dont Cry For Me, B.

F. Skinner has gone unpublished on paper. It is simply too weird for stodgy publishing houses. One publisher offered constructive criticism. B. F. Hughes came across as a ghost in his own world. This was a bit like telling Dafoe that Crusoe didnt have any friends.Other constructive criticisms included, As far as era goes, I didnt get a good sense of the year this takes place. This publisher expected a 70s soundtrack and an umpteenth recycling of The Wonder Years.

This story is not like that.And finally, Where does his obsession for behaviorism and B.F. Skinner come from? Why does he choose to identify with this rather than with music or Dungeon and Dragons like so many other high schoolers? These questions were posed by a good hearted bloke who likes to read and who seems to appreciate good books. But even this well read man of letters misses the obvious: B. F. Hughes is stark raving mad!This is a story about madness.

It is a story about a teenager who spends more time in his world than he does in our world. Dont Cry For Me, B. F. Skinner is not a front row seat to the workings of a delusional mind. No, this story places the reader firmly in the driver seat of lunacy. Fasten your seat belt!



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