Imaginary Social Worlds: A Cultural Approach

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Prologue
1. Most of the information summarized here comes from the official psychiatric "Report to Felony Court" as reproduced in Charles Ein stein , ed., The Fireside Book of Baseball ( New York: Simon and Schuster, 1956), 118-22. Cf. Rich Ashburn, "Waitkus Tragedy Recalled", Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, 22 April 1975.
2. "Report to Felony Court", 121.
3. Allan J. Mayer et al., "Death of a Beatle", Newsweek, ` 22 December 1980, 31-36.
4. Art Harris, "Memories of Chapman", Washington Post, 12 December 1980.
5. Ibid.
6. Mayer et al., "Death of a Beatle", 32.
7. John Langone, "The Lennon Syndrome", Discover, February 1981, 75; "Death of a Beatle", 33; "Up Front", People, 20 April 1981, 38.
8. Langone, "The Lennon Syndrome", 75; Mayer et al., "Death of a Beatle", 33.
9. Althelia Knight and Neil Henry, "Love Letter Holds Clue to Motive in Shooting", Washington Post, 1 April 1981.
10. Laura Kiernan, "Clashing Portraits of Hinckley Offered", Washington Post, 5 May 1982; Laura Kiernan, "Hinckley's 'Suicide Impulse' Claim Draws Sharp Attack from Prosecutor", Washington Post, 18 May 1982.
11. Neil Henry and Chip Brown, "An Aimless Road to a Place in History", Washington Post, 5 April 1982.
12. Neil Henry, "Courtroom Erupts with the Verdict", Washington Post, 22 June 1982.
13. "Text of Letter to Foster", Washington Post, 21 May 1981.

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