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That I cannot allow. Although it is against my avowed principles, I’ll tell you what you wish to know. ’ “I nodded affirmatively. “Krag sat down in his comfortably cushioned chair and folded his hands on his desk. I leaned forward, not wanting to miss a single word. At first, he told me what I, and any reader of either edition of Frankenstein, had already known. “ ‘Legend has it that, some two hundred years ago, a young scientist — some say he was a sorcerer — came from Switzerland to study at our University of Ingolstadt.
All right, Burt,” he returned. “And I am Dupré . . Pierre Dupré. And, of course, I prefer to be called Pierre. I work for a lumber company in Alaska. This is rather a short vacation forme now. I am going to visit some friends up at a communications outpost at the Pole. Hmmmff! Some vacation! ” For the first time in minutes, Dupré lowered his pipe and placed it in his lap. “But tell me, Burt,” the Frenchman continued, “just what kind of doctor are you? A general practitioner? ” “No, nothing like that, Pierre.
Of course. Dr. Burt Winslow,” said Lamont. “Don’t worry, Dr. ” He ran his hand across his sandpaper beard, producing a scratchy sound. But tell me, doctor, why do you need both a sled and a truck? ” “Not exactly,” replied the American. “I plan to go out to an area where it’d probably be impossible to get a truck. ” Lamont coughed. “Then maybe you’d be a little more specific as to where you’ll be going and just what the hell you’ll be doing. ” Okay, Mr. Lamont,” said Winslow, beginning to talk while his hands gestured to describe the scene.
English Online: Looking to Space, Intermediate 3 by Debbie Lahav; Elana Spector-Cohen; Lisa Amdur