, To try and establish a clinical diagnosis from a literary production seems a flawed endeavour to start with, especially if one fails to take into accoung the unbridgeable gap that separates the author from his narrators. Let us therefore rather enjoy the workings of an over-acute creative mind and become convinced, like the two policemen at the end of, even Elizabeth Phillips' essay does not always avoid this pitfall
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