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More specifically, the book's first section, "Celebrity Modernisms," focuses on the complex intersections of literary authorship and persona creation and includes strong analyses of the rise and fall of well-known literary stars (Stein and Toklas, Fitzgerald and Gatsby, Wilde and Dorian Gray, Orlando and the Scarlet Pimpernel) and of why other stars had difficulty rising so high (Ersine Caldwell and Eric Walrond).
2) "OFF" time refers to the times when people with Parkinson's disease have a decrease in the ability to move (hypomobility) and other symptoms that cause difficulty rising from a chair, speaking, walking or performing their usual activities.
That is why women have difficulty rising to the top of their careers, claims top psychologist John Philippe Rushton.