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It was finally decided that I should become a doctor. The medical profession did
not interest me, but it gave me the chance of living in London and so gaining the
experience of life that I hankered after. I entered St Thomas's Hospital in the ...
3:3: I would not claim for a moment that those years I spent at St Thomas's
Hospital gave me a complete knowledge of human nature. I do not suppose
anyone can hope to have that. I have been studying it, consciously and
During the time I was at St Thomas's Hospital I went systematically through
English, French, Italian and Latin literature. I read a lot of history, a little
philosophy and a good deal of science. My curiosity was too great to allow me to
give much ...
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This is one of the best books I read for providing a philosophical view of life. It is a book I intend to read again. Read full review