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Doctor In The House (1946)

table opposite Sir Lancelot with a man who played in the second row of the hospital forwards immediately behind me. Escape was therefore out of the question, on physical as well as moral grounds.
The operation was on the point of starting. The patient was still invisible, as the body was covered with sterile towels except for a clean-shaved strip of lower abdomen on the right-hand side of which the operating light was focused diagnostically. I couldn't even see if it was a young man or a woman.
Having forced me into a ringside seat, Sir Lancelot then appeared to dismiss me from his mind. He paused to adjust the cuff of the rubber glove that stretched over his bony hand. Stubbins and Crate were waiting with gauze dabs, and the theatre Sister was threading needles with catgut as unconcernedly as if she was going to darn her stockings.
'Stubbins,' said Sir Lancelot chattily, making a three-inch incision over the appendix, `remind me to look into Fortnum's on my way home, there's a good lad. My missus'll give me hell if I forget her dried ginger again. I suppose it was all right for me to start?' he asked the anaesthetist.
The Daily Telegraph rustled slightly in assent.
I was surprised. Dried ginger in an operating theatre? Shopping lists disturbing the sanctity of surgery? And the Daily Telegraph?
`I've got a damn funny story to tell you lads,' went on Sir Lancelot affably, deepening his incision. `Make you all laugh. Happened to me last week. An old lady turned up in my rooms in Harley Street ... Sister!' he exclaimed in a tone of sudden annoyance, `do you expect me to operate with a jam-spreader? This knife's a disgrace.'

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