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2. The Unbeliever

      DULL . . . listless . . . semicomatose . . . I lay on my bed in a famous hospital for alcoholics. Death or worse had been my sentence.  What was the difference? What difference did anything make? Why think of those things which were gone-why worry about the results of my drunken escapades?

1. Dr. Bob’s Nightmare

      I WAS born in a small New England village of about seven thousand souls. The general moral standard was, as I recall it, far above the average. No beer or liquor was sold in the neighborhood, except at the State liquor agency where perhaps one might procure a pint if he could convince the agent