Authors patografy (as a rule, people with a medical background) pretend to definitively determine what exactly was sick of the hero or heroine. How justified these claims? It is clear that above all from the standpoint of medicine itself establish an accurate diagnosis of many years after death is impossible. But it is not only the practical impossibility of literary post-mortem. The fact that, despite the statements of the authors, doctors, disease patografii - not the result of medical research, not a conclusion, but a prerequisite. Patograf begins with the fact that his hero is sick (option: suffering Freudian neuroses and complexes), and this idea he gets from the culture. Therefore, paradoxically, diagnosis or finding out was or not "really" sick patografii hero, not the main thing in it. Although the authors patografy and pretend to discover something new in the writers, they just sanction the existing opinion about their illness, it is true or not.
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