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- Afternoon, sir.
- Good afternoon.

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In dealing with this, Dr Bryant,

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do you think it's wise to pursue the
metaphysical nature of Blake's poetry?

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Dr Bryant!

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Mm?

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I was asking, Doctor,
if you think that in approaching Blake

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we should pursue
the metaphysical aspect of his poetry.

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Most definitely.

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Blake. They all get
so worked up about him.

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Blake. Do you know what he is?

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He is a dead poet. That's all.

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I'm sorry, Dr Bryant, but I can't agree.

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To dismiss William Blake
as a dead poet is "faseel".

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Facile.

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I've studied Blake extremely closely
over a number of years

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and I absolutely disagree
with your appraisal of his genius.

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Dr Bryant,

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I don't think you're listening to me.

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Mr Collins, I don't think
you're saying anything to me.

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- Doctor, are you drunk?
- Drunk?

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Of course I'm drunk.

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You don't really expect me
to teach this when I'm sober?

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Well, then you won't mind...

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if I leave your tutorial.

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Why should I mind? What do you want
to be stuck in here for anyway?

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Because we want to study literature.

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Literature?

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Look - the sun is shining!

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You're all young!
What are you doing in here?

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Why don't you all go and do something?
Go out and make love or something.

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Frank.

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- Julia.
- Darling, can I have the car keys?

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Yeah. Has your class finished?

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Ages ago. Don't forget -
Brian and Elaine for supper.

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- Now, you do know I'm gonna be late.
- No.

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Darling, I told you,
I've got a new student coming.

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- What time?
- Open University, very late.

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Though why a grown adult
should want to come to this place

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after putting in a hard day's labour
is beyond me.

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Dr Bryant?

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He actually said, "What is assonance?"

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Really?

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He didn't have a clue
what assonance was!

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Er, come in.

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Come in!

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For Go
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