Ans-Marlow’s reserved nature is well known to his friend Hasting. Thus, Hastings does not like to disclose the truth about Mr. Hardcastli’s house as not being an imam suddenly, for in that case, Marlow will at once leave the house out of shame, before Hasting, plan to elope with Mill Neville will be ripe for execution. So, Hasting puts his friend still in deception and the course of the play continue in a conical deception.
However, the indecision gets suited when Wilson has a chance reading of Marion Crow ford’s historical novel about the two cities- Sybaris and Crotona. Sybaris people were ease-loving and idle and contrasting crotonaians were industrious. But both the cities met same tragic end of destruction. Wilson here settles the matter accepting the leisurely Capri.
Ans-When he realized that a blunder he had committed might damage the career of the students, he apologized.