Maeve, along with the other female students, is in her moral science
START: All the great scientists, Copernicus, Galileo, they made their discoveries because they had imagination. They saw more than what was in front of them; they thought like artists!
END: The fellows out there, building the chapel – they measure the timber so the vaults can bear weight - but without the stories in the stained glass – well, then it would be no more than a barn.
Jessica Swale, Blue Stockings, NHB Modern Plays, e-book edition, 2013, p.70
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