The Darrow Enigma

The Darrow Enigma

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The Darrow Enigma

The Darrow Enigma

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What shall we say when Dream-Pictures leave their frames of night and push us from the waking world?

AS the part I played in the events I am about to narrate was rather that of a passive observer than of an active participant, I need say little of myself. I am a graduate of a Western university and, by profession, a physician. My practice is now extensive, owing to my blundering into fame in a somewhat singular manner, but a year ago I had, I assure you, little enough to do. Inasmuch as my practice is now secure, I feel perfectly free to confess that the cure I effected in the now celebrated case of Mrs. P----- was altogether the result of chance, and not, as I was then only too glad to have people believe, due to an almost supernatural power of diagnosis.

Mrs. P----- was not more surprised at the happy result than was I; the only difference being that she showed her astonishment, while I endeavoured to . . .

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