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My Life and Hard Times: My Life and Hard Times 8.
University Days I passed all the other courses that I took at my University, but I could never pass botany. This was because all botany students had to spend several hours a week in a laboratory looking through a microscope at plant cells, and I could never see through a microscope. I never once saw a cell through a microscope.
This used to enrage my instructor.
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He would wander around the laboratory pleased with the progress all the students were making in drawing the involved and, so I am told, interesting structure of flower cells, until he came to me.
I would just be standing there. You were supposed to see a vivid, restless clockwork of sharply defined plant cells. This, he claimed, was the result of my not having adjusted the microscope properly, so he would readjust it for me, or rather, for himself.
And I would look again and see milk. I finally took a deferred pass, as they called it, and waited a year and tried again. The professor had come back from vacation brown as a berry, bright-eyed, and eager to explain cell-structure again to his classes.
In twenty-two years of botany, I -- " He cut off abruptly for he was beginning to quiver all over, like Lionel Barrymore, and he genuinely wished to hold onto his temper; his scenes with me had taken a great deal out of him.
So we tried it with every adjustment of the microscope known to man.
With only one of them did I see anything but blackness or the familiar lacteal opacity, and that time I saw, to my pleasure and amazement, a variegated constellation of flecks, specks, and dots. These I hastily drew. The instructor, noting my activity, came back from an adjoining desk, a smile on his lips and his eyebrows high in hope.
He looked at my cell drawing. His head snapped up. I used to get them mixed up. But not as mixed up as another student in my economics class who came there direct from a physics laboratory.
He was a tackle on the football team, named Bolenciecwcz. At that time Ohio State University had one of the best football teams in the country, and Bolenciecwcz was one of its outstanding stars.
In order to be eligible to play it was necessary for him to keep up in his studies, a very difficult matter, for while he was not dumber than an ox he was not any smarter. Most of his professors were lenient and helped him along.
None gave him more hints, in answering questions, or asked him simpler ones than the economics professor, a thin, timid man named Bassum.
Bolenciecwcz sat staring at him. Bassum abruptly broke this silence in an amazing manner.
He glanced appealingly around the room. All of us, of course, shared Mr."Unicorn in the Garden" by James Thurber is a classic example of the existentialist philosophy of choice and subjectivity, as shown by the characterization of the man, his wife, the police and the psychiatrist.
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Jan 11, · University Days I passed all the other courses that I took at my University, but I could never pass botany. This was because all botany students had to spend several hours a week in a laboratory looking through a microscope at plant cells, and I could never see through a microscope.
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