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MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES
The Case of "Madame B"

phases this phase possesses the memory of every phase. Leonore, like Leontine, knows the normal life of Leonie, but distinguishes herself from Leonie, in whom it must be said, these subjacent personalities appear to take little interest. But Leonore also remembers the life of Leontine, condemns her as noisy and frivolous, and is anxious not to be confounded with either."
You may wonder why we are leading you so far into abnormal and weird manifestations of mind. It is because of the light these abnormal phases shed upon the operations of the normal mind. You cannot, for example, have gone through these pages, and fail to realize that you may have distinct mental activities outside your consciousness.

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CHAPTER IV
THE MENTAL ATMOSPHERE

High Lights of Perception

DISSOCIATION and its extreme result, forgetfulness, are not necessarily either abnormal or unhealthy. They are the mental processes that save us from a scattering of the mind that amounts to distraction.
Look out of the window. Imagine what meaningless confusion of light and shade and color you would have before you if some sense-impressions were
not emphasized and others ignored. You can, if you try, distinguish every

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