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Doctor In The House (1946)

`I wonder if she goes to lunch on a broomstick?' he said.
I turned my thoughts to the typewritten paper. `A careful history must be taken before the patient is examined,' I read. There followed a list of things to ask. It started off easily enough-'Name. Address. Age. Marital state. Occupation. For how long? Does he like it?' It continued with a detailed interrogation on the efficiency with which the patient performed every noticeable physiological functon.
I turned the page over. The other side was headed `Examination.' I read half-way down, but I was burning to try my luck on a real patient. I stuffed the paper in my pocket, like a child tossing aside the instructions for working a new complicated toy. I carefully put my nose inside the door and was relieved to find Sister had returned to her lair. I thought she was probably digesting someone.
Timidly I walked down the rows of beds to patient number twelve.
`Look where you're going!' a female voice said angrily in my ear.
I spun round. Behind me was a cross-looking nurse. She was young and not bad-looking, and she wore the bows and blue belt of a qualified staff-nurse.
`Can't you see that floor has just been polished?' she demanded.
`I'm sorry,' I mumbled. She tossed her head and stalked off with a swish of starched apron.
Number twelve was a stout young blonde browning at the roots-a frequent condition in female wards. She was sitting up in bed in a green woollen jacket reading a book by Peter Cheyney.
`Good morning,' I said humbly, expecting she as well would attack me.

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