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Red Dragon, a Summary

Summary: Summarizes the novel Red Dragon, written by Thomas Harris.
This book is based on a serial killer named Frances Dolarhyde. When observing Frances behavior I wondered if his actions were due to the personality disorder schizophrenia, but I do not believe this is the case, the more I watched and observed his behavior I came to realize that, in my opinion, he has dissociative identity disorder also known as multiple personality disorder. Due to being born with a cleft palate, Frances was abandoned by his mother. His grandmother stepped in to take the role of his guardian. She was very abusive to Frances from the time he was a small child. We could refer to her as being an authoritarian parent. Grandmother would call Frances a "filthy little beast" and tell him that no one could ever love a "filthy little beast." Frances as a child had the problem of bed wetting, this could have...

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