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Friday 29 June 2018

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    Its means what it is, that’s a bit of a cop-out isn’t it? I mean the thing could mean anything at all this ‘Prisoner.’ A man resigns his job, so what, who cares, no-one I shouldn’t think. Not Number 1, seeing as he’s been Number 6 all the time he should know the reason why Number 6 resigned. But just in case, there was this meeting between the two of them, 1 showed 6 his future, as a prisoner, 6 didn’t take to that at all. There was a confrontation between them, boy if 6 had managed to lay his hands on 1, but that couldn’t be permitted, the scene would have been like the fight scene in ‘The Schizoid Man!’ What followed was a falling out between friends, and that’s as good as a resignation in my book. Anyway just to make sure, as soon as the Prisoner returned home to London he set off straight away, one interpretation might be that he had two calls to make, one in the country and one in town which smacks of ‘Many Happy Returns.’ No doubt he would want to see the Colonel and make his final report, or at the very least to hand in his letter of resignation which he wrote on the journey back to London. But of course he wasn’t allowed to hand in his resignation like that, not now he knew all about The Village so they put him in it!

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