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ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR OF JOHN NASH IN “A BEAUTIFUL MIND: THE LIFE OF MATHEMATICAL GENIUS AND NOBEL LAUREATE JOHN NASH” BY SYLVIA NASAR

CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION

1.1 General Background of the Study
           People may use literature of satisfy their curiosity about others, their selves, or to convey their ideas related to human experiences. Literature  not only gives us a fantasy of enjoying reading, but also takes us to understand and to learn about life experiences. Life experiences bring one’s attitudes into the fact of human conditions, feelings, and relationship with other people.  Literature covers social aspect such us social relations, social experiences and social values.
          For some people reading literature has become a part of their lives.
Certainly they have their own reason to read. Connolly (1955) says, as quoted by Koesnosubroto (1988:1) that:
People read literature because of hunger of information, or
amusement, or solace, or because of an appetite for truth that
seems to grow by what it feeds on. They read to discover
themselves and their world, to access their special roles on the
universe, to learn the meaning of the personal struggles in which
they are engaged. In other words, the want to share experiences.

          By reading literature we can learn many experiences of human life because the material or the subject matter of literature is something very general such as man’s fate, or human life.  It can be said that literature is the basic expression of what people have witnessed in life, what people have experienced about life, what people have contemplated and felt about the aspects of life that attracted them directly and????????????

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