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"Charcot, indeed, never tired of defending the rights of purely clinical work, which consists in seeing and ordering things, against the encroachments of theoretical medicine." p. 50

"...to the kindly openness which characterized his manner as soon as his relations with someone had overcome the stage of initial strangeness, to the willingness with which he put everything at the disposal of his students, and his lifelong loyalty to them." p. 51

"I have always paid dearly for whatever advantage I have had over other people." p. 146

"I should be obliged to betray many things which had better remain my secret, for on my way to discovering the solution of the dream all kinds of things were revealed which I was unwilling to admit even to myself." p. 147

"A woman patient of mine had given me an account...of her brother's illness....[that] showed me he had been overworking at his...

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