Yes, I think that's true of dissociation.
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Some artistic license, Diana ;-)
Incidentally, in schizophrenia, one state of the afflicted is not conscious of the other -- there is "dissociation of sensibility" -- which is not the case in Eliot's poetry where one aspect of consciousness views and reflects on the other, as also subsumes both under a "we", as in 'Prufrock'.
Diana Manister wrote:
> Dear CR:
> A speaker who refers to himself as "we" would be schizophrenic!