Episodes 31

September 14, 1964

It being reckoned that Jesus was actually born in September.

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September 21, 1964

From the wreck of my past, which hath perish'd,    Thus much I at least may recall, It hath taught me that which I most cherish'd    Deserved to be dearest of all: In the desert a fountain is springing,    In the wide waste there still is a tree, And a bird in the solitude singing,    Which speaks to my spirit of thee.

Lord Byron

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September 28, 1964

""There is a march of science; but who shall beat the drums for its retreat?"" (Charles Lamb)

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October 5, 1964

""The summer is over...""

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October 12, 1964

The proverb put to the test.

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October 19, 1964

The power of personality.

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October 26, 1964

The punctuated forest. Autism and deafness in children.

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November 9, 1964

A picture is most eloquent.

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The classical Rx, yet Dr. Swanson fails to inspire respect.

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November 23, 1964

L'amour et la mort.

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November 30, 1964

The Freudian prescription.

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December 7, 1964

""As to moral courage, he [Napoleon] had very rarely found it, he said, that of two hours past midnight; which is to say, courage unawares.""

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December 14, 1964

The whirligig of 3/4 time.

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January 4, 1965

The threshold of knowledge.

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January 11, 1965

The parabolic return. A scientist from Australia on his last legs.

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Pas de Deux

January 18, 1965

A romantic ballet.

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Working in the hospital milieu.

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Cleopatra and the clepsydra.

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February 8, 1965

Looking Forward

When I am grown to man's estate I shall be very proud and great, And tell the other girls and boys Not to meddle with my toys.

Robert Louis Stevenson

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February 22, 1965

Various strings and attachments.

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Shadow and substance.

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March 8, 1965

Dr. Green practices the best medicine, but Dr. Zorba and Dr. Casey are rather saturnine on his manner.

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March 15, 1965

Modern medicine.

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March 22, 1965

The key of mourning.

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March 29, 1965

""To a close shorn sheep, God gives wind by measure."" (George Herbert)

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April 12, 1965

Gen. 41:41

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April 19, 1965

Euthanasia.

""Journeys end in lovers' meeting, Every wise man's son doth know.""—Twelfth Night

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April 26, 1965

A change of management.

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A son of the auld sod.

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A memorable rapprochement.

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May 17, 1965

A mount with a legendary moniker.

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