By Bion, Wilfred R.

ISBN-10: 0946439796

ISBN-13: 9780946439799


Bion's semi-autobiographical psychoanalytic novel.

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I cause confusion of tongues. I am Babel. I am the Tower that all men are made like. ' 'I am the many-wiled leader who gave Palinurus his orders. ' 'I am the disguise robbed from Odysseus who is so wealthy in wiles. I flung reason from his throne. ' 'I am rationalization who is Reason disguised so that I may appear as the slave or the master of the passions. ' 'I am the king in whose dream you are but the furniture. —like a candle. ' 'I am a funny story. I am a child's book. I am wonderland. I am a children's story.

ARF! ARF! In Heaven indeed! Who are you? BIG SISTER I am someone you have forgotten. Miss Why-bro! How dare you forget me! I'm your little bro. Why! You used to call me Sex-ton! Don't you remember? I used to walk along the row of little snivellers saying their prayers at the ends of the beds and tread on their silly, pink little feet turned sole upwards and say Ooh, Sorry! Ooh sorry! Ooh sorry! and giggle, and your damn god who couldn't see a kind and loving joke would go AAARF! ARRF! Yes! Ever so funny you looked, scared out of your damned wits!

Shhhh . . What a bloody noise you make! You'll wake the whole place. Blood, blood everywhere; even noise is bloody in this hell! If I tried to wash these hands they would make even the sea bloody. If I tried to wash my hands . . even the noise would become bloody and if I try to be reasonable and wake up, even reason itself becomes irrational and if I try to be reasonable . . —well, the mathematics have to become irrational. That bloody man Euclid! Today even Euclid is not safe thanks to that ghastly man Lobachevsky.

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