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Dr Martin Dysart a psychiatrist begins talking about a boy that he had to help and then he says that hell start with the beginning of the story and he does Hester Salomon a court magistrate asks Dr Dysart to help a boy who is being tried on her bench by taking him into the psychiatric hospital Dysart complies and takes on Alan Strang a seventeen-year-old boy who blinded six horses with a metal spike all in one night The boy arrives at the psychiatric hospital and when the doctor first meets him all Alan says or does in response to the questions the doctor asks him is sing commercials from television Dr Dysart goes to visit Alan Strangs parents Frank and Dora Strang and he finds out about Alans strange attraction to horses The next day Alan tells the doctor a little bit about the first time he met a horse Later Dora Strang visits Dr Dysart and tells him more about Alan and horses We learn that Alan had a job at some stables Frank Strang visits the doctor later and informs him about Alans religious doings Alan tells Dr Dysart about meeting Jill Mason who gets him the job at the stables The next day the doctor hypnotizes Alan and makes him tell more about the first horse he met After that Alan goes back to his room his mother then arrives slaps Alan which makes Dr Dysart angry He takes her into his office and she breaks down over all of her distress That nigh Dr Dysart gives Alan a placebo to make Alan tell the truth and Alan believes that it works and talks He tells the doctor about Jill Mason He talks about how Jill and him went to the cinema and it was the type of movie that there were only men watching He said that he saw his father there and his father was disappointed in him
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