Queer Patients

Queer Patients There are some very curious things here which certainly try our faith A cultured amiable woman becomes rude and vulgar because her dining room is papered with a peculiar green a lady s maid caught i

  • Title: Queer Patients
  • Author: M. Oston
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Hardcover
  • There are some very curious things here which certainly try our faith A cultured, amiable woman becomes rude and vulgar because her dining room is papered with a peculiar green a lady s maid, caught in the act of trying the look of a necklace before the glass, puts it into her mouth and swallows it a girl begins to hate everything and everyone with a name beginning wit There are some very curious things here which certainly try our faith A cultured, amiable woman becomes rude and vulgar because her dining room is papered with a peculiar green a lady s maid, caught in the act of trying the look of a necklace before the glass, puts it into her mouth and swallows it a girl begins to hate everything and everyone with a name beginning with a D because an old lover had a name so beginning These are specimens of Dr Oston s stories, things which have occurred, the publisher tells us in his Note, but as far as names and circumstances are concerned medical fiction This explanation leaves us somewhat in the dark Would a confessor be justified in publishing confessions with changed names and circumstances But possibly we are taking the matter too seriously That the book makes some entertaining reading there is no question.

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