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Doctor In The House (1946)

`Are you conversant with the mysteries of anatomical dissection?' he asked.
`No. Not at all.'
`Nor I'
We looked at each other silently for a few seconds.
`Perhaps we had better read the instructions in the dissecting manual,' I suggested.
We sat down on a pair of high wooden stools and propped the book against the dead thigh on the table in front of us. After turning over several preliminary pages we reached a drawing of a plump leg with bold red lines over it.
`That seems to be our skin incision,' I said, pointing to one of the 1=nes. `Will you start, or shall I?'
Benskin waved a large hand generously.
`Go ahead,' he said.
I drew a breath, and lightly touched the greasy rough skin. With my new scalpel I made a long sweeping incision.
`I think I've cut the wrong thing,' I said, glancing at the book.
`It doesn't look quite like the picture,' Benskin admitted. `Perhaps we ought to raise some help.'
There were a pair of demonstrators in the dissecting room -young doctors passing grey years in the anatomy department for small wages in the hope of being appointed to the surgical staff of St Swithin's in middle age. They flitted from one group of students to another like bees in a herbaceous border, pollinating each pair with knowledge. Both of them were far away from our table.
At that moment I caught sight of Grimsdyke, in a shining starched coat, strolling between the dissectors like an Englishman in a Suez bazaar. He waved languidly to me.

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