Where No Fear Was: A Book About Fear

Arthur Christopher BENSON (1862 - 1925)

Surely all of us know fear, and know the different types of fear we can experience. In this book, Arthur Christopher Benson walks us through these different types, going through a range of different topics, among others childhood fears many of us will remember, to the fears plaguing us in other periods of our lives, the origins of different fears, and essays on what a number of notable authors (of fiction) had to say about the subject. It should be noted that this book is not a scientific study, though written by an eminent scholar. Instead, all of Arthur Christopher Benson's remarkable talents as a story teller are shaping these chapters. - Summary by Carolin

Genre(s): Psychology

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Shadow Colleen McMahon
00:16:13
Play 02 Shapes of Fear Nappateez
00:07:09
Play 03 The Darkest Doubt Nappateez
00:05:00
Play 04 Vulnerability Mark LoSacco
00:12:00
Play 05 The Use of Fear Mark LoSacco
00:11:15
Play 06 Fears of Childhood Colleen McMahon
00:16:28
Play 07 Fears of Boyhood Gab1
00:18:01
Play 08 Fears of Youth realisticspeakers
00:12:32
Play 09 Fears of Middle Age Karl Thornton
00:12:10
Play 10 Fears of Age Karl Thornton
00:19:42
Play 11 Dr. Johnson Joseph Tabler
00:15:56
Play 12 Tennyson, Ruskin, Carlyle Colleen McMahon
00:23:54
Play 13 Charlotte Bronte realisticspeakers
00:22:37
Play 14 John Sterling happilyblue
00:06:43
Play 15 Instinctive Fear Kenzie Tartaglione
00:16:51
Play 16 Fear of Life Gab1
00:19:59
Play 17 Simplicity Kenzie Tartaglione
00:09:49
Play 18 Affection Sean Lally
00:10:29
Play 19 Sin T. P. Zahm
00:14:55
Play 20 Serenity livhardy
00:22:02