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By Richard Gordon

Richard Gordon’s popularity into St. Swithan’s scientific college got here as no shock to a person, least of all him—after all, he have been to public tuition, performed first XV rugby, and his father was once, let’s face it, “a St. Swithan’s man.” without doubt he used to be set for all times. It used to be particularly a surprise then to find that, as soon as there, he would truly need to paintings, and fairly not easy. thankfully for Richard Gordon, lifestyles proved to not be all dissection and textbooks in any case. This hilarious health center comedy is ideal examining for someone who’s ever puzzled precisely what scientific scholars wake up to of their education. simply don’t learn it in your strategy to the medical professional!

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Mascarille Sir? pandolfe I’m not pleased, frankly speaking, By the conduct of my son. mascarille My master, sir? You’re not alone in that; I quite concur. His bad behavior, by which I’m horrified, Has caused my patience to be sorely tried. pandolfe That’s odd. ’Twas my impression that you two Saw eye to eye. 22 B the bungler b mascarille Ah no, sir, that’s not true. He and I always have some bone to pick; My talk of duty makes him choleric. Just now we quarreled, because he doesn’t choose To marry Hippolyte, and dares refuse Your wise arrangements for him.

Pandolfe I’m not pleased, frankly speaking, By the conduct of my son. mascarille My master, sir? You’re not alone in that; I quite concur. His bad behavior, by which I’m horrified, Has caused my patience to be sorely tried. pandolfe That’s odd. ’Twas my impression that you two Saw eye to eye. 22 B the bungler b mascarille Ah no, sir, that’s not true. He and I always have some bone to pick; My talk of duty makes him choleric. Just now we quarreled, because he doesn’t choose To marry Hippolyte, and dares refuse Your wise arrangements for him.

Well, thank you for the great good turn you’ve done me; You’ve spared me much distress, and saved my money, Which I’ll take home and put away securely. ) mascarille You are the world’s worst interferer, surely. lélie Why, he’d have lost his purse, had I not seen it! mascarille Oh, yes, you’ve done a wondrous deed! I mean it! You’ve shown great timing, and vast mental powers; Just keep it up, and victory will be ours. lélie What have I done now? mascarille Since you ask, I’ll spell It out. You’ve been a fool.

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