Pybus' outspoken, breezy Aussie style works well; it is emotionally accurate as well as refreshing to read, "it is crackbrained
to think that Lillian was going to Siberia," or, "As I said, the woman was clearly unhinged." But did Lillian herself ever say she was going to Siberia?
Australian Psycho is prowling the community with a bloodied grin--actually pruning body parts into alphabetic figures: Y ...
He was full of mad unrealized projects, a promiscuous seeker of instant knowledge, a creator of crackbrained
theories and an intellectual thief.
He pleads, "'Youall can't hold me responsible for a crackbrained
(23) Lowry, writing to Glover, predicted trouble from Mason's editorship: 'He's a crackbrained
socialist, with some literary ability; and he's certain sure to land Phoenix into a rough-house with the college'.
What could possibly have enticed someone who knows, at first hand, the destructive potential of therapy to involve himself in such a crackbrained