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14:55

Sport

From insanity to tranquility

Rob Palmer

...when they humiliated Real Madrid in the States. They couldn't be seen to be allowing their rivals to acquire a player that may make them even better! Simeone is content at a club where insanity was once the daily state. All is tranquil at Atlético

15:10

Opinion

Virtual insanity

Peter Edgerton

...total insanity. It's difficult to think of a more appropriate symbol of modern living than a currency that doesn't really exist, or rather exists only if swathes of people are prepared to believe it does. Mind boggling numbers are being bandied about

16:00

Opinion

Fair poor convention

Peter Edgerton

...longer than usual presumably because the consequent insanity distracts them from that overpriced sickly syrup dished out in plastic glasses that masquerades as a traditional alcoholic beverage but which, for the rest of the year, must surely be repackaged

15:45

Opinion

Let's be realistic

Mark Nayler

It was reputedly Einstein who defined insanity as doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results each time - a definition that seems appropriate when applied to the more radical separatists in Catalonia. For the second time since

11:26

LifeStyle

Reality filtered through altered minds

Mark Nayler

...its troubled narrator. In the opening section, Elisa recounts one of Susana's episodes of insanity, as experienced by the latter in Madrid many years before she became the protagonist's flatmate (at 44, Susana is around twenty years older than Elisa). ... her insanity: “I think madness had hidden there, in that extreme but also tiny ambition, like swallowing a centipede tossed in the salad.” Madness and medication Yet in her italicised interjections, Elisa lets on that she herself is on medication ... protagonists through opaque narratives, Navarro invites the reader to contemplate the very nature of insanity itself. How exactly do we draw a distinction between clinical madness - i.e. the kind of condition for which professional treatment is necessary - to