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Aesthetic Realism: Life, Love & Learning
Leila Rosen, English Educator & Aesthetic Realism Associate
Life & Love
Being Important: What Does It Mean & What Mistakes Do We Make about It?
What Are Women Looking For in Love?
What’s Real Intelligence—about Ourselves & the World?
What, in a Woman Herself, Interferes with Love?
A Woman’s Determination: Right or Wrong?
Is Kindness Intelligent, Selfish, Strong?
Independence & Need in Our Lives: How Can They Make Sense?
Caring for People—Wisdom or Foolishness?
Care for Yourself & Justice to Others—Do They Have to Fight?
Justice versus Injustice in Men & Women
We Want to Be Happy—But Do We Also Want Not to Be?
What Does Getting Ahead Really Mean?
The Debate in Every Person: To Have More Feeling or Less? | from an Aesthetic Realism public seminar
True Self-Expression, and What Interferes
What Is a Husband’s Biggest Mistake?
Can Men & Women Be Intelligent in Love?
Everybody’s Big, Dramatic Question: How Much Should People Mean to Us?
A Man’s Imagination: What Makes It a Friend or Foe?
Individuality and Love: Do They Have to Fight?
Public Self & Private Thoughts—Does A Man Have To Pretend?
A Woman Whose Name Was Truth
Wowing People and Liking Oneself—What Is the Difference?
Does Our Anger Weaken or Strengthen Us?
What Makes a Man Truly Strong?
What Is Woman’s Greatest Victory—Appearing Beautiful or Seeing Beautifully?
Is Kindness Strength?—Aesthetic Realism & Thaddeus Stevens
Successful Teaching: Here’s How
Through Aesthetic Realism Interest Wins, Cynicism Loses
On Gogol’s “The Nose,” a Satire on Snobbishness
More on the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method
Through the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method, Knowledge Opposes Anger—and Students Learn!
Lessons on Rhyme, Using the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method
Poetry as Justice: Through the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method, Aesthetics Defeats Contempt
Students Choose Knowing the World, Not Fighting with It
Language, Literature & Poetry
Man Is Poetically Shown in Southern Road, 1932
How Musical Can Sadness Be?—or, Grief, Anger, Hope
The World Is in Idioms
Art Is Within Science
Poetry, Atmosphere, and Neatness
Some Poetry Is Distinguished
The Old Wives’ Tale, by Arnold Bennett
A Thrilling Talk on Literature, by Sheldon Kranz
Favorite Links about Literature & Teaching English
Literature & Life: A Blog
Notable Men & Women
Queen Isabella of Castille
Minerva Mirabal of the Dominican Republic
Mary Benson of South Africa
Elizabeth Palmer Peabody
Blog: Literature & Life
Photos & Travel
Puerto Rico, 2016
Water and land, East Coast
Photographs from some of my travels
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Photos & Travel
Santo Domingo Colonial Zone 2
Santo Domingo, Arch with Pigeons