John will recover, be what he always was;
Arthur again be sober, though not for very long;
And everything will go on as before. These mild sur-prises
Should be in the routine of normal life at Wishwood.
John is the only one of us I can conceive
As settling down to make himself at home at Wish-wood,
Make a dull marriage, marry some woman stupider--
Stupider than himself. He can resist the influence
Of Wishwood, being unconscious, living in gentle
Of horses, and right visits to the right neighbours
At the right times; and be an excellent landlord.
What is in your mind, Harry?
I can guess about the past and what you mean about the future;