Isn't being right compensation for being alive?

Mapping the Edges and the In-between: A Critical Analysis of Borderline Personality Disorder, 2009. Nancy Nyquist Potter

"I was imagining a poor woman, tormented and run down, just like the one…Tolstoy describes in his Kreutzer Sonata”

wrote the 69 year-old Janáček to Kamila Stösslová, a married woman 38 years his junior, with whom he was having a musically productive but one-sidedly passionate and obsessive (730 letters) relationship.

The quartet was written in just a fortnight in October 1923 in Janáček’s characteristic fragmentary, episodic mature style, and swings the listener violently across a huge range of emotions.

“poorness of fit”

—   Chess and Thomas, 1986
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder, 1993. Marsha M. Linehan
La Celestina (1499) - Fernando de Rojas