...I had never seen a more confused young man than Ed. He had every neurosis and psychosis that we were studying in psychology classes, and he was very interesting to the small group which met in our room as a walking case history of a schizophrenic, manic depressive, paranoia and a good many other things I have since forgotten. As closely as we could diagnose the case, he had everything but delusions of grandeur. And we felt that his case, as well as an other we might have been considering at the time, was rooted in Freudian psychology. We were all much impressed with the complexity of simple urges...
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