ABSTRACT. Obsession with solitude and characters imprisoned in a cell or, if not, confined to their confusion, sense of absolute and hopeless isolation, their purposelessness and ultimate failure. Sleep, oddness and madness, or confusion at least, go together. A leisurely world, in which sleep is the main activity. pp. 15–24

Keywords: Peter Ackroyd; prison; confusion; solitude; Plato

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