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Stockholm, in a rare autobiographical revelation, demonstrates a helpful and kind bent, giving his readers ‘clues’ to his ‘mystery’ at the outset. We learn that these words “were written when I got too deep into myself or woke from a bad dream. . . they are as I wrote them; with the pain that fuelled them. ”
The reader, like boy’s wallpaper, can only witness, cursed with impotence, condemned to participate mutely.
Like boy, reader begins to pray for death. There is no end, no escape. Can we just dissolve to “Blackout” – THE END?
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