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Alone into the alone,” he quoted from C. S. Lewis. He said it felt like that. And, how improbable that it should be otherwise. Long before my father had died, he felt cut oﬀ from us, and it was not simply the certainty of his death that made this so. Nor was it the fact that, as a doctor, he knew all too well what the months ahead would hold, his biggest fear being that he would suﬀocate to death. My father suﬀered with severe melancholia that took hold of him at unexpected times, thrusting him into painful silence, isolation, and despair.
Not only is the skeptic determined to avoid confusion, but she is also fond of delay and doubt; she harbors suspicions about forming attachments to concepts, persons, and beliefs. Perhaps this is why the null hypothesis always intrigued me—it oﬀers a method through which to claim an attachment and then delay commitment through methods of deliberate disavowal. The art and science of a democratic education oﬀered me processes through which I could put my skeptical temperament to use. The scientiﬁc method of John Dewey subordinates transmitting the past to creating a future that is distinct from the past.
Abraham and Torok understood the ﬂow of sexual desire in the face of death as the ﬁnal, climactic outpouring of love for the departed. Complications ensue, however, when the bereaved is a parent, grandparent, sibling, or other 20 ANNE SEXTON “nonsexual associate,” because, in such cases, sexual feelings and outbursts are personally and socially unacceptable to the mourner; the involuntary eﬀusion of feeling constitutes an event that the mourner cannot make sense of with respect to her or his somber feelings of loss and bereavement.