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Doctor In The House (1946)

down the stairs. Indeed, all of us jumped back anxiously, as
if afraid she might bite. But we stood our ground.
`We're the new clerks,' I mumbled in a dry voice.
She looked at us as if we were four unpleasant objects some patient had just brought up.
`I won't have any nonsense here,' she said abruptly. `None at all.'
We nodded our heads briskly, indicating that nonsense of any sort was not contemplated.
`You're not to come in the ward after twelve o'clock, in the afternoons, or after six in the evening. Understand?'
Her eyes cauterized each of us in turn.
`And you're not to interfere with the nurses.'
Grimsdyke raised an eyebrow.
`Don't be cheeky!' she snapped.
She turned quickly to her desk and came back with some foolscap sheets of typewritten notes.
`Take these,' she commanded.
We selected a sheet each. They were headed `Instructions on Case-Taking for Students'.
`You may look at patients number five, eight, twelve, and twenty,' Sister Virtue went on sternly. `You will replace the bedclothes neatly. You will always ask the staff nurse for a chaperone before examining any female patient below the
head and neck. Kindly remember that I do not like students in my ward at all, but we are forced to put up with you.'
Her welcome finished, she spun round and sailed off to give a probationer hell for not dusting the window-ledges the correct way.
We silently crept through the doors and leant against the wall of the corridor outside to read the instruction papers. Grimsdyke was the only one to speak.

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