There is always something specific in a connection of a kid with his/her mom, possibly nice and even repulsive. Sometimes it is not defined and yet felt intensely. Whenever Harold phoned his mom, Mrs. Bramble would answer referring to herself in the third person; she'd say, "Yes, mother will hear you, precious." This jarred up on the youngster. Whenever Harold felt as if an infant was being addressed by her, although he was one in truth, rather than a young man of 10 who'd taken the spelling and dictation prize last term on his head. It's possible that the kid always yearned for some sort of an immediate connexion. A guarantee that merely an immediate reference could demonstrate, a connexion which could establish his relation with his mother.