September, 1927, Sunday 18

Went up nervously to the University for Matric Maths. and took my seat amidst fellows who, if they be taken to represent the college type, don’t augur well for that. There are a few conceited snobs and a lot of ‘hardy boys’. The papers were…

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October, 1927, Sunday 9

A week of idleness and misery! Suddenly got the idea, one night when I could not sleep, that I was getting St. Vitus Dance, ((St. Vitus Dance, Sydenham’s Chorea, can accompany rheumatic fever in children, and involve convulsive movements and behavioural abnormalities.)) and immediately my…

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