Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Bruce Baker
Thus, long ago a Norse mother sang to her son. In every land, in every age, success has been man's common goal. But “success,” so universally soft, has not always had the same meaning for everyone: to some it meant a religious or spiritual achievement; to some it meant an intellectual achievement; to some, physical powers or military victory; still to others success was a social or political goal. Each of these views of success has been strongly affected by the cultural background of the individual who sought to succeed in the society of which he was a part.
Tanaka, Yoshiko, "The American success myth: A study of the American dream in five plays" (1971). Student Work. 3244.
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