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Mrs K. interpreted that the German destroyers stood for Mummy's babies, whom he felt he had attacked because he was jealous and hated them, and therefore he expected them to be hostile to him. While he was playing with the destroyers, he was afraid and suspicious of children passing by; he had been listening to noises, being ‘on guard’. All children in the world had come to stand for Mummy's babies and therefore he would expect to find enemies wherever he met children. Richard opened the door and asked Mrs K.
S lodgings at last, all the more as he knew that he was one of the few patients whom she did not treat there. On the way he was in a happy, somewhat elated mood, pointed out a house with flowers in the front garden, and said it was ‘exquisite and lovely’; he hoped that no bomb would ever fall there. ). 's other patients, particularly in which room she was seeing John. ; was he the last yesterday? ) A little later he asked Mrs K. what she had done on the previous evening. 1 Mrs K. interpreted his jealousy concerning her sexual relations with men, particularly her patients (John), and linked this with his jealousy of Paul and Daddy in relation to Mummy, feelings which were reinforced through Paul's recent visit.
To look at the lovely view. He pointed out that there were many butterflies. They looked nice but were destructive, eating cabbages and other vegetables; last year he had destroyed sixty of them in one day. He came back into the playroom. Mrs K. interpreted that the butterflies were to him the same as the starfishes—that is, greedy babies, just as he felt that he himself was greedy; they should all be destroyed in order to save Mummy. , too, should be saved from him when he became jealous of her other patients and wanted to get as much as possible from her: attention, time, ultimately her exclusive love.
Anakin's Race for Freedom