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Doctor In The House (1946)

contained a small kiosk bearing the word `Inquiries' in which a porter had firmly shut himself by pulling down the glass window, turning his back on it, and reading the Daily Mirror with undistractable attention. There was a short row of clothes-hooks as heavy as an orchard in August, and a long notice-board thickly covered by overlapping sheets of paper.
I glanced at the board as I passed, feeling some faint obligation to do so. The notices were an untidy jumble of typewritten official instructions about lectures, examinations, and so forth, and scraps of paper torn from notebooks scrawled with students' writing. These indicated the pathetic undercurrents of medical school life as much as the agony column of The Times reflects those below the existence of the middle class. The first to catch my eye was in green ink, and said angrily `Will the gentleman (underlined four times heavily) who took my umbrella from the physiology lab last Thursday bring it back? How can I afford a new one?' Next to it was a faded invitation for two students to make up a party to dissect an abdomen in Edinburgh during the vacation, adding temptingly `Digs and abdomen fixed up. Good pubs'. There were lists of textbooks for sale, triumphantly set up by men who had passed their examinations and therefore had no necessity to learn anything else; several small earnest printed appeals for support of the local Student Christian Association; and a number of unfulfilled wants, from a disarticulated foot to a cheap motor-bike.
A hand on the wall pointed upwards `To the Lecture Theatre'. The way was by a thin iron spiral staircase that ended in darkness. I mounted it, and found myself against a dull brown door attached to a spring that creaked violently as it opened.
The door led to the back of a steep tier of narrow wooden

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