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Section H: Reviews of Primary Works
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Lacking such an explanation, Giraud says that Lacan must conclude that paranoiacs will simply be people who were raised poorly between the age of two or three years.

Giraud ends with a complaint against the "artis­ tic" and philosophical quality of Lacan's style, which became a major issue among readers within the psychiatric community even before Lacan adopted the cryptic, paronomastic style of his post-war writ­ ings. See G800.