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Taking the same scenario, a few alterations here and there will produce a totally diﬀerent result. Rebuilding the background Keeping the same framework, all we need to do is make a few adjustments to the attitudes of Sally’s parents, change her schooling and her relationship with her sister and we have a whole new set of possibilities. We’ll still have the parents divorcing when she’s four years old and her mother remarrying, but this time their attitude towards the child will be far more positive, as shown in the alterations to the chart in Figure 5.
In the following description of Harriet, the central character, there is a clear implication that parts of her childhood which she feels made little impact on her will prove to have been highly inﬂuential in her reaction to the situations in which she eventually ﬁnds herself: Harriet’s mother had died when she was a baby. The fact of being an orphan had not, Harriet believed, aﬀected her, apart from imbuing her with a spurious kind of glamour both in her own eyes and those of her schoolfriends.