Major Works of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries cont.

1886 - Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil – philosophical literature where Nietzsche accuses philosophers for lacking critical sense and blindly accepting Christianity as a consideration of morality.  He also discusses good and evil.
1900 – Sigmund Freud, The Interpretation of Dreams –  argued that dreams were specific expressions of unconscious desires that the conscious self struggles to suppress.  This allowed scientists to better explain conscious behavior and help treat neurotic illnesses.
1905 – Albert Einstein, One the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies – published in a scientific journal, these articles contributed to the foundation of modern physics and changed peoples views of space, time, and matter.
1925 – Franz Kafka, The Trial – story of an arrest and prosecution by remote inaccessible authority.  The Trial was never completed but included a chapter to bring an end to the story.
1928 – D.H. Lawrence, Lady Chatterley’s Lover – story of a women whose husband was paralyzed/impotent, therefore she begins an affair with a gamekeeper.

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