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analysis
used in The Sunlight Dialogues

2 meanings, 6 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
analysis of relevant data
Definition
the process or result of examining and thinking about something to better understand it
  • He slept with her sometimes—that was before the accident—and often he would lie with his hands behind his head and listen with egoistic pleasure to her analyses of his condition.
    5 — Hunting Wild Asses (46% in)

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2  —2 uses as in:
psychiatrist suggested analysis
Definition
psychiatric treatment — (using any of many theories of the human mind that use talk therapy to understand the unconscious mind)
  • They say young Tag went to Clive Paxton about it, he wanted to send her to an analyst, more money than the Hodges have had for a goodly number of years.
    19 — Workmen in a Quarry (55% in)
  • She was already seeing the analyst, by that time, but it wasn't working fast enough, and one night in the middle of winter, about eleven o'clock, she went into that office of Tag's, where he was working late the way he always did—that boy worked seventeen, eighteen hours a day, and that's the truth—you see it wasn't just juggling numbers that he was up to: he was making money however he could, and that included working himself half to death.
    19 — Workmen in a Quarry (56% in)

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?  —3 uses
exact meaning not specified
  • But understanding is beyond the brain's analysis.
    5 — Hunting Wild Asses (52% in)
  • Through analysis say.
    11 — The Dialogue of Houses (75% in)
  • Every time they go there's some tiresome picture about sex—the hilarious adventures (as the posters say) of some girl who bats her eyelashes or some would-be gallant who cannot erect, or some fool who has too many fiancees (each and all indescribably dull)—or they go to some art film, some profound and daring psychological analysis (the posters claim) of a nymphomaniac or frigid woman or a rapist or molester of children.
    14 — The Wilderness (3% in)

There are no more uses of "analysis" in The Sunlight Dialogues.

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