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apprehension of himself that there actually seems to be another man beside him in his cell," to one where "the prisoner accepts a new horror--that of being an indissolvable, inalienable whole" (131).
indissolvable deposits of a protein called beta-amyloid, which strangle nerve cells and cut off communication with other cells, and