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Doctor In The House (1946)

which wept dirty streams on to the lino. The first step was to get elbow room and clear out the non-playing members of the team.
`Who are you?' I asked the woman making tea.
`From next door,' she replied. `I thought she'd like a cup of tea, poor thing.'
`I want some hot water,' I said sternly. `Lots of hot water. Fill basins with it. Or anything you like. Now you all go off and make me some hot water. Take the children as well. Isn't it past their bedtime?'
`They sleep in 'ere, doctor,' said grandma.
`Oh. Well-they can give you a hand. And take the cat with you. Come on-all of you. Lots of water, now.'
They left unwillingly, in disappointment. They liked their entertainment to be fundamental.
`Now, mother,' I started, when we were alone. A thought struck me-hard, in the pit of the stomach. The midwifethe cool, practised, confident midwife. Where was she? Tonight-this memorable night to the two of us in the roomwhat had happened to her? Snowbound, of course. I felt like an actor who had forgotten his lines and finds the prompter has gone out for a drink.
`Mother,' I said earnestly. `How many children have you?' `Five, doctor,' she groaned.
Well, that was something. At least one of us knew a bit about it.
She began a frightening increase in activity.
`I think it's coming, doctor!' she gasped, between pains. I grasped her hand vigorously.
`You'll be right as rain in a minute,' I said, as confidently as possible. `Leave it to me.'
`I feel sick,' she cried miserably.

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