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  • Uneven

    Story jumps around erratically from lengthy stretches of psychiatric philosophy to domestic events, to a soldier’s experience, and back, even within single chapters. Some characters, after being introduced with foreshadowed importance, fade far into the background as minor props. Most parts of the story are very interesting, but just as you get into it, it switches direction. A couple of times, That story had shifted so much that I had to check that I hadn’t missed a page. The psychiatric section of the story includes characters who were actual scientists in the field at the time, but S. Freud is glaringly absent. It seems as though the two main characters represent a synthesis of Freud’s ideas and approach

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