Scheibe (Psychology/Wesleyan Univ.) rehearses the well-worn thesis that "psychology must view life as drama."
In a series of essays related by theme than a single unfolding argument, Scheibe begins with the assertion that our lives are
dramas, that "we all live in boxes" that are "little theaters wherein the play is earnest and the players all convinced of their grasp
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