On the mandatory divinity section of an oral examination at Oxford University, Oscar Wilde was asked to translate a passage from the Greek version of the New Testament dealing with the Passion. When his examiners, satisfied with Wilde's fluency, declared that he could stop, he continued nonetheless. Finally he was interrupted. "Oh, do let me go on," he pleaded. "I want to see how it ends." (
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