1. Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860-1904), widely regarded as Russia’s greatest playwright, suffered through a tumultuous childhood. Not only did he live in poverty, but he also endured abuse from his tyrannical father. Of his abusive father, Chekhov once wrote, “He used to thrash me with...
Alan Turing Albert Einstein Alfred Hitchcock Architecture Art Biology Blog Charles Darwin Charlie Chaplin Economics Einstein Ernest Hemingway Film freud Immanuel Kant Interview James Joyce Jane Austen John Maynard Keynes Karl Marx Kurt Gödel Le Corbusier Leonardo da Vinci Literature Logic Ludwig Wittgenstein Mathematics Music Napoleon Bonaparte Paul Dirac Philosophy Physics Podcast Poetry Politics Psychiatry Psychology René Descartes Review shakespeare Sigmund Freud T.S. Eliot Video William Faulkner William Shakespeare