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THOMAS STOCKMANN. Certainly it is true, but how did you come to hear it? MORTEN KIIL. [coming in] Petra ran in on her way to the school-DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Did she? MORTEN KIIL. Yes; and she declares that--I thought she was only making a fool of me--but it isn't like Petra to do that. DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Of course not. How could you imagine such a thing! MORTEN KIIL. Oh well, it is better never to trust anybody; you may find you have been made a fool of before you know where you are. But it is really true, all the same?
We shall all make our living out of them, especially those of us who are householders. That is why we will back up the project as strongly as possible. And as I am at present Chairman of the Householders' Association. DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Yes--? ASLAKSEN. And, what is more, local secretary of the Temperance Society--you know, sir, I suppose, that I am a worker in the temperance cause? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Of course, of course. ASLAKSEN. Well, you can understand that I come into contact with a great many people.
MORTEN KIIL. No, I must be off now. You keep up this game for all it is worth; you won't repent it, I'm damned if you will! [He goes out; MRS. ] DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. [laughing] Just imagine--the old chap doesn't believe a word of all this about the water supply. HOVSTAD. Oh that was it, then? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Yes, that was what we were talking about. Perhaps it is the same thing that brings you here? HOVSTAD. Yes, it is, Can you spare me a few minutes, Doctor? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. As long as you like, my dear fellow.