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You are an extraordinarily independent man, Thomas. Have you given no thought to the consequences this may have for yourself? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. --for me? PETER STOCKMANN. % DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. What the deuce do you mean? PETER STOCKMANN. I believe I have always behaved in a brotherly way to you--haven't I always been ready to oblige or to help you? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Yes, you have, and I am grateful to you for it. PETER STOCKMANN. There is no need. Indeed, to some extent I was forced to do so--for my own sake.
Is it your intention to bring this document before the Baths Committee as a sort of official communication? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Certainly. % PETER STOCKMANN. As usual, you employ violent expressions in your report. You say, amongst other things, that what we offer visitors in our Baths is a permanent supply of poison. DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Well, can you describe it any other way, Peter? Just think--water that is poisonous, whether you drink it or bathe in it! And this we offer to the poor sick folk who come to us trustfully and pay us at an exorbitant rate to be made well again!
Oh, he really will be pleased enough, you know. But, at the same time, Peter is so confoundedly afraid of anyone's doing any service to the town except himself. MRS. STOCKMANN. I will tell you what, Thomas--you should be good natured, and share the credit of this with him. Couldn't you make out that it was he who set you on the scent of this discovery? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. I am quite willing. If only I can get the thing set right. ] MORTEN KIIL. [slyly] Is it--is it true? MRS. STOCKMANN. [going to the door].