“What’s a Philosopher of Religion doing in Mathematics?”

Section 114 is three dimensional

Solid, substantial and with strong foundations, Joan Threedy sat at the desk marking exercise books. Flick and tick, flick and tick. After a moment she looked over the rim of her tortoiseshell frames and said, “He’s not in here as you can see. What’s a Philosopher of Religion doing in Mathematics? Are you lost?”

The Math's office was threadbare and Threedy in equal measure.

The Math’s office was threadbare and Threedy in equal measure.

Vernon wondered if his puzzlement was what his students felt when they didn’t know if he was joking or not. “I’m looking for Jean Luc. I’m worried about his son. Has he taken the day off or has he gone to lunch?”

“Well now. As to Jean Luc’s Émile, he’s not likely to be at school, this or any other from what I know of him; always taking the day off and probably out to lunch too I’d say. Ah but here’s Jean Luc now.” And to her mathematics colleague she said, “Jean Luc your priest is here for confession.”

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