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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 subconsciously , for
The screen gave that artificiality which verse had once given to drama so that a
different standard of verisimilitude was set and improbability was acceptable if
only it gave rise to situation . It gave the opportunity for all manner of novel ...
the writers who seemed to offer something new in technique , and this is very
comprehensible , for the novelties they presented gave a sort of freshness to well
- worn material and were a fruitful matter of discussion . It seems strange that so ...
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