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Desk of Contents identify web page Copyright web page commitment creation TO THE DOVER version PREFACE I. NICHTOPHOBIA - the phobia of the darkish II. ASTROPHOBIA - the phobia of Storms III. ZOOPHOBIA - the phobia of Animals IV. POTAMOPHOBIA - the terror of operating Water V. YLOPHOBIA - the terror of the woodland VI. NECROPHOBIA - the terror of the useless VII. ACROPHOBIA - the phobia of excessive areas VIII. CLIMACOPHOBIA - the phobia of Falling Down Stairs IX. BATOPHOBIA - the terror of Falling gadgets X. DROMOPHOBIA - the phobia of Crossing the road XI.
Not anything is mounted, not anything reliable. the realm during which he has his being is in clash and chaotic. Even the very stars are falling. IX. BATOPHOBIA the terror of Falling gadgets X. DROMOPHOBIA the phobia of Crossing the road From time immemorial the wheel has been a logo of energy and the fellow on the street has cringed sooner than its lousy implications. The ‘man on horseback’ sometimes dismounted, however it was once merely to go into a wheeled car whose contrast or beauty or real strength of destruction set him except the typical herd of fellows.
It can be a lone tree that stirs his terror, a tree on his personal estate, as typical because the very partitions of his condo. yet he can't undergo its insidious advice and in the end could have it destroyed, notwithstanding appealing it can be. within the autumn, the conventional maple at the garden, stripped of its concealing leaves, takes on unusual shapes within the moonlight and whispers to the bothered soul of surcease from its agonies on the finish of a hanging rope. V. YLOPHOBIA the phobia of the woodland VI. NECROPHOBIA the phobia of the useless between primitive peoples, the encircling air is believed to be inhabited by way of the souls of the departed.
Allow the lightnings start to play, and notwithstanding securely he will be housed, he seeks shelter within the inner most cellar, within the darkest closet, the remotest hiding-place. There would appear to be whatever totally pagan within the composition of each phobia. the guy whose soul guards no mystery chamber packed with suggestions and needs that do violence to the instructions of his god, has no such abject terror of the typhoon. we aren't dealing the following with any easy fear–the disinclination to be struck by means of lightning that is the traditional feeling of standard folks.
KLEPTOPHOBIA the phobia of Stealing Kleptophobia is extra simply defined by way of its contrary, kleptomania, than by itself floor. The urge to scouse borrow is, in lots of inveterate thieves, a pathologic situation. The gadgets they thieve are usually of very little intrinsic price and are lifeless after acquisition. however, they're not able to resist the psychological urge that forces them, time after time, and within the face of inevitable detection, to suitable sure gadgets at any place they locate them–in shops, public areas, even within the houses in their pals.