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Well, I knew I would not be killed. Not in this war. It did not have anything to do with me. (chapter 7)

The drops fell very slowly, as they fall from an icicle after the sun has gone. (chapter 9)

If anyone were going to die they put a screen around the bed so you could not see them die, but only the shoes and puttees of doctors and men nurses showed under the bottom of the screen and sometimes at the end there would be whispering. (chapter 12)

I said that was doubtful. Turkey, I said, was our national bird but the joke translated so badly and they were so puzzled and suspicious that I said yes, we would probably declare war on Turkey. (chapter 12)

I have noticed that doctors who fail in the practice of medicine have a tendency to seek one another’s company and aid in consultation. A doctor who cannot take... (chapter 15)

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