Please answer this question it's from the book three men in boat chapter 8
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This is a short-answer forum, we do not complete student writing assignments. None-the-less, the professor's diary entry would include his initial pleasure at having been asked to sing, his shock at being laughed at, embarrassment, and finally anger.
"As we continued to laugh, his surprise gave way to an air of annoyance and indignation, and he scowled fiercely round upon us all (except upon the two young
men who, being behind him, he could not see). That sent us into convulsions."
"He glowered round upon us with a look of such concentrated ferocity..."
"Then Herr Slossenn Boschen got up, and went on awful. He swore at us in German (which I should judge to be a singularly effective language for that purpose), and he danced, and shook his fists, and called us all the English he knew. He said he had never been so insulted in all his life."
Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)
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