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subconscious
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The Fountainhead
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  • Mr. Toohey has merely stated the hidden significance that was subconsciously in your own mind.
  • There was a stout middle-aged lady who drew subconsciously, claiming that she never looked at her hand and had no idea of what the hand was doing; her hand, she said, was guided by the spirit of the departed lover whom she had never met on earth.
  • …without a single letter o, and another who wrote poems that neither rhymed nor scanned; a man with a beard who was sophisticated and proved it by using every unprintable four-letter word in every ten pages of his manuscript; a woman who imitated Lois Cook, except that her style was less clear; when asked for explanations she stated that this was the way life sounded to her, when broken by the prism of her subconscious—"You know what a prism does to a ray of light, don’t you?" she said.

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  • She thinks dreams provide a window into the subconscious.
  • If revenge was a motive, it was subconscious.

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