The Principle of Sufficient Reason
A cautionary tale
Throughout the thirty-three years of her life, she had never been able to name a cause—emotional, spiritual, material, or otherwise—commensurate to the bitterness that she so often felt. Even as a child, she had been given to frequent and prolonged spells of melancholy, so much so that before she reached the age of twelve she had been thrice treated for…
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