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A Diagnosis of The Narrator in \

   
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In the story there are a few examples of the narrator showing these symptoms. When she is expressing how she would like to write more she says, "But I find I get pretty tired when I try" (Gillman 105). She is getting weak from the simplest tasks. A few more symptoms are feelings of despair and depression ("HealthyMinds")...
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A few more symptoms are feelings of despair and depression ("HealthyMinds"). An example of this is when she is talking about how her husband, John, is always away for other cases and how she is glad that her case is not serious and says, " But these nervous troubles are dreadfully depressing...
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