She did not simply read books—she took them apart, rigorously analyzed them, and learned valuable lessons to apply to her own life. All this reading implanted in her brain various styles that would enrich her own writing style. She did not merely socialize—she strained to understand people at their core and to uncover their secret motivations. She did not just analyze her own psychology, but went so deeply into the various levels of consciousness she found within herself that she developed insights about the functioning memory that foreshadowed many discoveries in neuroscience. — Mr. Greene.