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the left." And she got up and tried to open a wardrobe on her left hand, to see if someone was hidden there. " What is it that you hear?" I asked. " I hear on the left a voice which repeats, ` Enough I Enough! be quiet; you are a nuisance,"' Assuredly the voice which thus spoke was a reasonable one, for Leontine was insupportable; but I had suggested nothing of the kind, and had had no idea of inspiring a hallucination of hearing. Another day Leontine was quite calm, but obstinately refused to answer a question which I asked. Again she heard with terror the same voice to her left, saying: ` Come, be sensible; you must answer.' Thus the unconscious sometimes gave her excellent advice.
" And in effect, so soon as Leonore, in

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her turn, was summoned into corn, munication, she accepted the responsibility of this counsel. 'What was it that happened,' asked M. Janet, `when Leontine was so frightened?' `Oh, nothing, it was I who told her to keep quiet; I saw she was annoying you; I don't know why she was so frightened.'
" just as Mme. B. was sent by passes into a state of lethargy from which she emerged as Leontine, so also Leontine in her turn was reduced by renewed passes to a state of lethargy from which she emerged no longer as Leontine, but as Leonore. This second awakening is slow and gradual, but the personality which emerges is in one most important point superior to either Leonie or Leontine. Alone among the subject's

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