I had recently received and I had thought of Albertine was Gilberte. As the rather artificial originality of Gilberte's handwriting consisted chiefly, when she wrote a line, to be listed in the top line T bars that seemed to underline words, or points on which I had Air interrupt the sentences of the line above, and the other hand to insert the line below the tails arabesques and words that were superimposed, it was natural that the employee telegraph had read the loops of s or z on the top line as a "ine" word ending Gilberte. Update on the i of Gilberte had risen above to the point of suspension. As for his G, he had the air of a Gothic A. That apart from this two or three words had been misread, taken into each other (some, indeed, seemed to me incomprehensible), this was sufficient to explain the details of my error and was not even not necessary. How many letters read in one word an absent person and especially warned that starts from the idea that the letter is a certain person? how many words in the sentence? We guess reading is created; everything starts from an initial error; those that follow (and not only in reading the letters and telegrams, not just any reading), though they may seem extraordinary to him who does not have the same starting point, are all natural .