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A Psychoanalysis of Dr. Seuss Answered

I got real bored in summer school, so I opened up MS Word and wrote this*. Unfortunately, when I cut&paste, it makes funny characters, so you have to download the virus word doc instead.

  • It should be noted that the inspiration for this work came from an analysis of Seuss' The Cat in the Hat, which I cannot find ATM...

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ShielaAngel

10 years ago

Wow, that was really good! You really added such depth to Green Eggs and Ham.
And it was rather entertaining to read, as well :P Sam being an annoying green eggs and ham salesman....

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SunbanksLabot2001

Reply 10 years ago

He sort of seem like a stalker creep also.

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ShielaAngelSunbanks

Reply 10 years ago

He DID. If you think about it... Sam-I-Am just reeks of stalkerness.

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SunbanksShielaAngel

Reply 10 years ago

And also why would he want the person to eat green eggs and ham with a goat? Maybe Sam was trying to get the guy close enough to the goat and distract him with the green eggs and ham so the goat could kill him.

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GoodhartSunbanks

Reply 10 years ago

Or maybe it is some cult infested rite, eating green eggs and PIG with a Goat LOL

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SunbanksGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

At least the name of the book isn't "Green Eggs and Goat" Then it'd be weird eating the goat with a goat.

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GoodhartSunbanks

Reply 10 years ago

Just the green eggs has me not wanting any part of it :-)

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SunbanksGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

I definitely wouldn't want to eat green eggs O_o

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Keith-Kid

10 years ago

Wow....Labot.....You wrote that all by yourself? Reeeally?

In all seriousness, great job! It's really fun to read, yet actually says something worthwhile.....

Great Job! Ya crazy hobo....

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Lithium Rain

10 years ago

Just read it, you are an excellent writer. I mean it.

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xACIDITYx

10 years ago

and the antagonist, carrying him far away to the city’s sewer, were he
where

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xACIDITYxLabot2001

Reply 10 years ago

Totally dropped the ball.

Just kidding. It's a great psychoanalysis. one of the best I've ever seen

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xACIDITYxLabot2001

Reply 10 years ago

It was a joke because I've never read a psychoanalysis. But my Psychoanalysis reading future is off to a good start!

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Labot2001xACIDITYx

Reply 10 years ago

>I've never read a psychoanalysis.

Really?? Because I've never written one!!!11!!!1! *muscle spasm*

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jakee117

10 years ago

hmmm... interesting.. a bit psychotic.. but interesting.. and your psychoanalysis closes with enough meaning to not be completely useless! amazing!!!!

lol jk

it was funny and sort of made sense

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Goodhart

10 years ago

Only one comment (other then you have a vivid imagination), and that is, near the end, the antagonist is put off by a chlorophyll loaded pig, thus making green ham, but this does not help us understand why green EGGS would be a problem :-)

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killerjackalope

10 years ago

Quite an amusing little psycho-analysis... I like the theories about the antagonists reasons for not eating the eggs and ham, the farm one being a little more imaginative but reasonable...

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Goodhart

10 years ago

*waving* Yoo hoo ! did you forget the Doc. or delete it ? :-)