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That will be all right; I have got through all my morning visits. MRS. STOCKMANN. I am extremely curious to know how he takes it. DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. You will see he won't like it's having been I, and not he, that made the discovery. MRS. STOCKMANN. Aren't you a little nervous about that? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. 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.
THOMAS STOCKMANN. Yes. Have you read it? PETER STOCKMANN. Yes, I have, DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. And what have you to say to it? PETER STOCKMANN. -MRS. STOCKMANN. Come along, Petra. ] PETER STOCKMANN. [after a pause] Was it necessary to make all these investigations behind my back? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Yes, because until I was absolutely certain about it-PETER STOCKMANN. Then you mean that you are absolutely certain now? German absolutely: absolut, durchaus, unbedingt, wirklich, sicher, wahrlich, wahrhaftig, freilich, fürwahr, ungezweifelt, unfehlbar.
MRS. STOCKMANN. Really, father dear-MORTEN KIIL. [resting his hands and his chin on the handle of his stick and winking slyly at the DOCTOR] Let me see, what was the story? Some kind of beast that had got into the water-pipes, wasn't it? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Infusoria--yes. MORTEN KIIL. And a lot of these beasts had got in, according to Petra--a tremendous lot. DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Certainly; hundreds of thousands of them, probably. MORTEN KIIL. But no one can see them--isn't that so? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN.