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: [At a café table
] But it isn't your pilfering and your petty meanness that I care about. It's the damage that you can still inflict on Martin. Margaret Ellingham
: Well, I don't have to stay here to listen to this. Ruth Ellingham
: Go home, Margaret. Margaret Ellingham
: [Ready to leave alone
] I am Martin's mother. I have every right to be here. You've never had children. You can't possibly understand what you're talking about. Ruth Ellingham
: Don't forget your grandson!
[Martin's mother has come from Portugal, begging for him to give her money
] Margaret Ellingham
: I have no home to go to. Your father died and left hardly any capital to speak of. I need some money, Martin. Just enough to buy a small apartment in Lisbon. Maybe £300,000. £200,000. Dr. Martin Ellingham
] I don't think so. Margaret Ellingham
: You would see me homeless, destitute, cast out in the streets? Dr. Martin Ellingham
: Of course not. Margaret Ellingham
: Well, thank you. Dr. Martin Ellingham
: I *wouldn't* see you. I'd have no further contact with you at all.