Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs in “Button Button” by Richard Matheson
Keywords:Button Button, Short story, Maslow hierarchy of needs
A short stories author and novelists named Richard Matheson was born on 1926 in US state New Jersey. Story writer Richard Matheson is best known for his science fiction’s works. His first story was “Born Man and Woman.” He also earned a good name for his popular fiction
“I am Legend” as well as due to short story “Button Button” He passed away on June 23, 2013 (Editors, 2014). Alike various famous novelists and story writers Matheson also leave a deep impression of his readers. He also turned minor incidents and situations into extraordinary situations.
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