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Philip saw several fellows with a desultory, timid look dawdling around, and surmised that, like himself, they were there for the first time. When he had exhausted the notices he saw a glass door which led into what was apparently a museum, and having still twenty minutes to spare he walked in. It was a collection of pathological specimens. Presently a boy of about eighteen came up to him. I say, are you first year he said. Yes, answered Philip. Where s the lecture room, d you know It s getting on for eleven. We d better try to find it. They walked out of the museum into a long, dark corridor, with the walls painted in two shades of red, and other youths walking along suggested the way to them. They came to a door marked Anatomy Theatre. Philip found that there were a good many people already there. The seats were arranged in tiers, and just as Philip entered an attendant came in, put a glass of water on the table in the well of the lecture room and then brought in a pelvis and two thigh bones, right and left. More men entered and took their seats and by eleven the theatre was fairly full. There were about sixty students. For the most part they were a good deal younger than Philip, smooth faced boys of eighteen, but there were a few who were older than he he noticed one tall man, with a fierce classic liverpool shirt red moustache, who might have been thirty another little fellow with black hair, only a year or two younger and there was one man with football training kits spectacles and a beard which was quite gray. The lecturer came in, Mr. classic liverpool shirt Cameron, a handsome man with white hair and clean cut features. He called out.ris, nudes, two of women and one of Miguel Ajuria, standing very square on his feet, with clenched fists. football shirt culture Philip kept them because they were the best things he had done, and they reminded him of happy days. Mildred classic liverpool shirt had long looked at them with disfavour. I wish you d take those drawings down, Philip, she said to him at last. Mrs. Foreman, of number thirteen, came in yesterday afternoon, and I didn t know which way to look. I saw her staring at them. What s the matter with them They re indecent. Disgusting, that s what I call it, to have drawings of naked people about. And it isn t nice for baby either. She s beginning to notice things now. How can you be so vulgar Vulgar Modest, I call it. I ve never said anything, but d you think I like having to look at those naked people all day long. Have you no sense of humour at all, Mildred he asked frigidly. I don t know what sense of humour s got to do with it. I ve got a good mind to take them down myself. If you want to know what I think about them, I think they re disgusting. I don t want to know what you think about them, and I forbid you to touch them. When Mildred was cross with him she punished him through the baby. The little girl was as fond of Philip as he was of her, and it was her great pleasure every morning to crawl into his room she was getting on for two now and could walk pretty well , and be taken up into his bed. When Mildred stopped this the poor child would cry bitterly. To Philip s remonstrances she replied I don t classic liverpool shirt want her to get into habits. And if then he said anything more she said It s nothing to do with you what I do with my child. To hear you talk one would think you was her father. I m her mother, and I ought to know what s good for her, oughtn t I Philip was exasperated by Mildred s stupidity but he was so indifferent to her now that it was only at times she made him angry. He grew used to having her about. Christmas came, and with it a couple of days holiday for Philip. He brought some holly in and decorated the flat, and on Christmas Day he gave small presents to Mildred and the baby. There were only two of them so they could not have a turkey, but Mildred roasted a chicken and boiled a Christmas pudding which she had bought at a local grocer s. They stood themse. lves a bottle of wine. When they had dined Philip sat in his arm chair by the fire, smoking his pipe and the unaccustomed wine had made him forget for a while the anxiety about money classic liverpool shirt which was so constantly w.
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On certain mornings in the week he practised classic liverpool shirt bandaging on out patients glad to earn a little money, and he was taught auscultation and how to use the stethoscope. He learned dispensing. He was taking the examination in Materia Medica in July, and it amused him to play with various drugs, concocting mixtures, rolling pills, and making ointments. He seized avidly upon anything from which he could extract a suggestion of human interest. He saw Griffiths once in the distance, but, not to have the pain of cutting him dead, avoided him. Philip had felt a certain self consciousness with Griffiths friends, some of whom were now friends of his, when he realised they knew of his quarrel with Griffiths and surmised they were aware of the reason. One of them, a very tall fellow, with a small head and a languid air, a youth called Ramsden, who was one of Griffiths most faithful admirers, copied his ties, his boots, his manner of talking and his gestures, told Philip that Gr. iffiths was very much hurt because Philip had not answered his letter. He wanted to be reconciled with him. Has psg windbreaker he asked you to give me the message asked Philip. Oh, no. I m saying this entirely on my own, said Ramsden. He s awfully sorry for what he did, and he says you always behaved like a perfect brick to him. I know he d be glad to make it up. He doesn t come to the hospital because he s afraid of meeting you, and he thinks you d cut him. I should. It makes him feel rather wretched, you know. I can bear the trifling inconvenience.