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Review: The Psychology of Twilight


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The Psychology of TwilightThe Psychology of Twilight by E. David Klonsky and Alexis Black (editors)

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Initial reaction: While I could see some merits in this respective text as a non-fiction work – this was a very cumbersome read overall.

Full review:

Whenever writers and researchers can take a popular aspect of culture and turn them into educational motives to not only illustrate a particular concept but also get people excited in talking about it, I’m usually more than happy to leap on board. I think that was one of the reasons why I decided to give “The Psychology of Twilight” a go, because it opened up a chance to take a critical eye at certain dimensions of psychology using examples from Twilight and its respective popular standing. Granted, I had my reservations going into the text at first (especially noted by the blurb), because the Twilight series…

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