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"DESPAIR DEFERRED ... ?"

Miss Porrs Pur down Pollard's summary of Kretschmer's Psychophysical Types. For the fifth time she had read the passage beginning, "The Picnic type invariably associates a full and rounded physique with a cheerful, resilient disposition:" But, as her eye scanned the line, her ear listened to something quite different. It continued to echo with something she had been discussing half an hour ago when she had left the common room.
Miss Potts was not "Picnic." She was hawklike. Her body was not upholstered so as to be resilient. Her forte was not bounce, but grip. Indeed, her mind, like a bird's claws, once it had taken hold, found it very hard to let go. She was tall, distinguished, her friends said, and she sometimes said it to herself when trying to arrange herself in front of the mirror. She whispered it only to stop the other whisper which she knew her not-friends sometimes exchanged: that she was gaunt; "awfully nice, of course, but really rather overtense, c:on't you think?" After all, it's no use simply waiting to bounce back if you are not pneumatic. You've just got to hang on and see that you are not pelted off your perch. But then you must fix your mind and not let it slip. She must concentrate her attention on this science of personality. That would give her detachment. Perhaps she'd do better with the passage about the type nearest her own. She turned to the

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