By H. E. Bates
Teetotal!' Ma stated. 'It's a libel. He'll by no means dwell it down. He'll by no means be capable of carry his head up back. no matter what will humans imagine? What's he going to assert whilst anyone asks him to have one?' ' 'No,' 'said Dr Conner. 'You'll need to strap him down,' Ma acknowledged. 'You'll need to positioned on.' And so after a delicate heart-attack - because of really an excessive amount of of what you fancy - Pop Larkin unearths himself off the booze, off the nice foodstuff and stale the great existence commonly, a lot to his personal and everyone's else's horror and disenchanted. And whereas Ma attempts to discover methods round 'doctor's orders', younger Primrose is discovering her personal approach around a slightly flustered - to not say flushed - Mr Candy...
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