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The Case of "Madame B"

"Next day Prof. Janet hypnotized Leonie again, and presently Leontine, as usual, assumed control of the joint personality. 'Well,' she said, ` I did what you told me yesterday! How stupid the other one looked'- Leontine always calls Leonie 'the other one''while I took her apron off! Why did you tell her that her apron was falling off? I was obliged to begin the job over again.'
" Thus far we have dealt with a secondary personality summoned into being, so to say, by our own experiments, and taking its orders entirely from us. It seems, however, that when once set up, this new personality can occasionally assume the initiative, and can say what it wants to say without any

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The Case of "Madame B"

prompting. This is curiously illustrated by what may be termed a conjoint epistle addressed to Prof. Janet by 1VIme. B. and her secondary personality, Leontine. She had left Havre more than two months when I received from her a very curious letter. On the first page was a curious note written in a serious and respectful style. She was unwell, she said, worse on some days than on others, and she signed her true name, Mme. B. But over the page began another letter in quite a different style, and which I may quote as a curiosity. `My dear good sir, I must tell you that B. really, really makes me suffer very much; she cannot sleep, she spits blood, she hurts me; I am going to demolish her, she bores me, I am ill

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