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- It was a collection of pathological specimens.53-54 — Chapters 53-54 (57% in)
- At the end of the lecture the boy who had spoken to Philip in the pathological museum and sat next to him in the theatre suggested that they should go to the dissectingroom.53-54 — Chapters 53-54 (67% in)
- Anatomy was a dreary science, a mere matter of learning by heart an enormous number of facts; dissection bored him; he did not see the use of dissecting out laboriously nerves and arteries when with much less trouble you could see in the diagrams of a book or in the specimens of the pathological museum exactly where they were.55-56 — Chapters 55-56 (21% in)
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