If she got somebody terribly Freudian, or terribly eclectic, or just terribly run-of-the-mill—somebody who didn’t even have any crazy, mysterious gratitude for his insight and intelligence—she’d come out of analysis in even worse shape than Seymour did.
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The home is furnished with a tasteful and eclectic collection of furniture.
a fusion restaurant with a surprisingly eclectic menu