1911. Illustrated. The book begins: Kate, My Dear, Has a great
surgeon ever prescribed you as a sedative? Were you ever regarded,
in a perfectly calm, dispassionate, scientific way, as a benign
substitute for drugs, more somnific than bromides and less
dangerously seductive than morphine? And as such, have you ever
found yourself suddenly and intimately involved in the treatment of
a man with whom your previous acquaintance had been entirely
official and impersonal? Because that is what has just happened to
me, and serious as the situation seems to be, I am unable to
convince myself of its reality. To me it is alternately either a
farce or a nightmare, and it seems at all times wholly without
reason or precedent, at once too tragical, too ridiculous, and too
utterly preposterous to be true.
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