I am sitting in a Maths lecture, in what appears to be the Williamwood dining hall. The lecturer is none other than the fabulous Dr T.A. Whitelaw, and he is telling us about literary Maths. He writes an equation on the board, and then talk about the similes and metaphors therein. He then goes on to talk about the symbolism of pi. O yes. And apparently, none of it is examinable.
On the board, I notice that he has drawn a periodic table, with humorous caricatures of lecturers in place of chemical elements.