A letter comes from his wife saying she will be in
In his masonhood, though, he uses the “no one is right and no one is wrong” argument to convince himself it doesn’t matter either way. Since he was thinking of other things, would it matter whether he lived with her or not?
He leaves to visit
I’m boiling it down here.
The second diary entry is from November 23rd, and he’s back with his wife, forgiving her for his own virtue. He also asks her to forgive him for his past sins. And now they’re living together again.
I’m not so into that, as I’m not a fan of Helene or of Vassily and their ilk.