- He wanted to tell her so much, wanted to tell her even though he knew that a ravening paranoid like Annie would reject what was so obvious.Part 2 — Misery (96% in)
- He supposed there was a certain symbolism in Annie's pantry , the ranks of goods had something to say about the murkiness of the borderline between the Sovereign State of Reality and the People's Republic of Paranoia.Part 2 — Misery (63% in)
- It was so paranoid .... so crazy...... My God, he thought, suddenly forgetting the shed, upstairs?Part 2 — Misery (94% in)
- This woman's feelings, obsessed though they might have been, had never evolved into Annie's paranoid fixation, but Paul understood now that the wellspring had been the same.Part 3 — Paul (24% in)
- The cellar windows, as if reflecting Annie's paranoia (and there was nothing strange about that, he thought; didn't all houses come, after awhile, to reflect the personalities of their inhabitants?Part 3 — Paul (47% in)
- It hurt his middle and it hurt his legs and it even hurt his hand; soon he would probably hurt even more, because Annie was paranoid enough to think that if someone was laughing it must be at her.Part 3 — Paul (81% in)
There are no more uses of "paranoid" in Misery.
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