He understood what she wanted him to do from her first few words and answered only with an abrupt "Yes, ma’am," but he was bent over his charts by the time the others came following her up the iron stairway, he was grimly at work on the most humiliating job of calculation he had ever had to perform in his long career.
…part was terror of a vision that seemed to stand before his eyes, the vision of the inscription cut, in his honor, over the door of the Institute: "To the fearless mind, to the inviolate truth"-another part was a plain, brute, animal fear of physical destruction, a humiliating fear which, in the civilized world of his youth, he had not expected ever to experienceand the third was the terror of the knowledge that by betraying the first, one delivers oneself into the realm of the second.
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She felt humiliated by his public insults.
She’s convinced PE class was invented to humiliate innocent kids.