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`That these women should render you a physical service,' he said, `is perhaps natural, and I do not think they suffer from it, but they have their pride. It is distressing for them to prostitute their hearts. So take good care not to ask them to counterfeit passions they cannot feel toward you. You can in a large measure preserve for them the dignity of human personality. . . . '
He was at this point when the door opened and the janitor appeared carrying two chairs. We knew that this stage setting betokened a general inspection. And indeed, a few seconds later the Headmaster in cutaway and high hat brought in a thin man with a black goatee.
`Good day, Monsieur Chartier,' said the Headmaster in his rumbling voice. `Monsieur the Director of Secondary Education has made the trip from Paris in order to hear you ... Take your seats, gentlemen ...'
Chartier said to Rabier:
`What do you wish us to talk about, Monsieur the Director? ...'
`I wish you to continue the class,' Rabier said, `from the point you had reached, without paying any attention to me.'
We looked at one another. What would Chartier do? Perhaps at this moment his whole career was at stake. There was a moment of silence, then Alain went on:
`I was in the process of explaining to these gentlemen their obligations towards prostitutes. . . .'
The Headmaster gave a start; the Director remained unmoved. Our eyes lighted with a look of pride. Our hero remained unscathed.
It must be recorded to the credit of the Administration that it did not hold the liberalism of Chartier's lectures against him. Two weeks later he was summoned to the Lycee Condorcet in Paris and we lost him. I was inconsolable. I had sacrificed a year at the Sorbonne, which would have been invaluable to me, in order to work with him. His successor, a philosopher given to rhetoric, bored me. At that time one could substitute a short thesis for certain parts of the examination. I wrote one on:
Mathematical Demonstration According to Kant, Leibniz, and the Modern Mathematicians. Recently I happened to re-read it. Since that time I have learned a great deal, especially to be less sure of myself and to suffer, but I should like to recover the vigour and precision which the study of mathematics had given me at that time.
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