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What is the Pollyanna Effect?

    Pollyanna Effect     It is a belief, that people are more likely to perceive and remember positive things about other people or things than negative ones. (MORE)

What pollyanna means?

Pollyanna is used to refer to someone who is overly cheerful and idealistic.  It comes from the book, Pollyanna, a best-selling 1913 novel by Eleanor H. Porter, a classic of (MORE)

What is the origin of Pollyanna?

Pollyanna Whittier, a minister's daughter, grew up poor in the missionary and after her parents died, she went to live with her rich - and very strict - Aunt Polly. Pollyanna (MORE)

What is literature of knowledge and literature of power?

"The Literature of Knowledge and the Literature of Power" is the title of an 1848 essay by Thomas de Quincey, a 19th century British author best known for "Confessions of an E (MORE)
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What is a literature?

Literature is the writings having excellence of form or expression and expressing ideas of permanent or universal interest.
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What game did Pollyanna play?

  Pollyanna played "the glad game", where the 'player' always looked for something to be glad of - in any situation.   It started when, as the daughter of a poor missio (MORE)

What is realistic literature?

Realistic literature has nothing to do with 'realism' or 'realist',  which the latter two attempt to meticulously mimic the rhythm of  life. However, this traditional miscon (MORE)

What movie and television projects has Pollyanna Rose been in?

Pollyanna Rose has: Played herself in "The Musical Time Machine" in 1975. Played herself in "TFI Friday" in 1996. Played Jade in "Oscar Charlie" in 2001. Played Zoe in "StarSt (MORE)

What actors and actresses appeared in Pollyanna - 1973?

The cast of Pollyanna - 1973 includes: Elizabeth Archard as Pollyanna Sam Avent as Storekeeper Donald Bisset as Old Tom Janet Brandes as Miss Tarbell Maria Charles as Mrs Higg (MORE)