The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Herbert West: Reanimator by H. P. Lovecraft:|
was too costly for our unauthorised laboratory. Bodies were always
a nuisance -- even the small guinea-pig bodies from the slight
clandestine experiments in West’s room at the boarding-house.
We followed the local death-notices like ghouls, for our specimens
demanded particular qualities. What we wanted were corpses interred
soon after death and without artificial preservation; preferably
free from malforming disease, and certainly with all organs present.
Accident victims were our best hope. Not for many weeks did we
hear of anything suitable; though we talked with morgue and hospital
authorities, ostensibly in the college’s interest, as often as
we could without exciting suspicion. We found that the college
Herbert West: Reanimator