My search on Psychological Realism, and where it led:
1) Search psychological realism to learn a better definition so that I can write a paper on The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy.
2) Curious, open hyperlinks for La Princesse de Clèves and other novels mentioned in the article. Read through all the pages and from La Princesse find the modern adaptions of it, among them, one starring Sophie Marceau from 2000.
3) Open the page for Sophie and scroll through the list of the movies she’s been in and find Anna Karenina.
4) Open the page for Anna Karenina, read the plot summary, and learn that the title character becomes addicted to laudanum.
5) Open the page for laudanum to find out what it is and become intrigued by what “Pregnancy cat. : C (US)” means in the little information boxy thing on the right.
6) Open the page for pregnancy categories, become slightly disappointed that the abbreviation wasn’t actually referring to cats, but start reading through the categories nonetheless.
7) Think to myself, “Wait, what am I doing? What am I meant to be doing? And how did I get here?” and decide I should probably return to my Tolstoy paper.