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Diana Manister wrote:
> 
> If you have seen the photo of the boy Eliot dressed as Lord Fauntleroy
> at the beach, standing with pail and shovel next to his nurse, you'll
> understand his constraints. How could he be uninhibited after that
> upbringing?

Quite easily. There is simply no such one-to-one relationship between a
particular aspect of a child's life and his/heer adult personality.
Almost certainly there were those who had a more or less identical
upbringing and yet turned into radically unihbiited adults.

You give here an absurdly mechanistic view of human personality.

Carrol