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Doctor In The House (1946)

through which there glared two unfriendly eyes like a hungry tiger inspecting a native through the undergrowth.
`Come over here,' he shouted. `How often have I got to tell you young fellers you can't learn surgery from the doorpost ?'
The operating table was in the centre of the bare, tiled room, directly under the wide lamp that hung like a huge inverted saucer from the ceiling. It was completely invisible, as about twenty figtres in white gowns were packed round it like tube passengers in the rush-hour. These were mostly students. The operating team was made up of Sir Lancelot himself, who was a head higher than anyone else in the room; his theatre Sister, masked and with all her hair carefully tucked into a sterile white turban, standing on a little platform beside him; his senior houseman, Mr Stubbins, and his registrar, Mr Crate, assisting him from the opposite side; and his anaesthetist, sitting on a small metal piano stool beside a chromium-plated barrow of apparatus at the head of the table, reading the Daily Telegraph. On the outskirts of this scrum two nurses in sterile clothes dashed round anxiously, dishing out hot sterilized instruments from small metal bowls like waiters serving spaghetti. A theatre porter, also gowned and masked, leant reflectively on a sort of towel rail used for counting the swabs, and another strode in with a fresh cylinder of oxygen on his shoulder. The only indication that there was a patient present at all was a pair of feet in thick, coarse-knitted bed-socks that stuck pathetically from one end of the audience.
As soon as Sir Lancelot spoke, the group round the table opened as if he were Aladdin at the mouth of his cave. I walked unhappily into the centre. My companions closed tightly behind me, and I found myself wedged against the

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