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1  Andrea visibly changed countenance.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In Chapter 56. Andrea Cavalcanti.
2  Andrea was supported by two priests.
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3  This son is named Andrea Cavalcanti.
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4  Andrea, that the season of your youth was rather a stormy one.
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5  Andrea made a low bow to the count, and entered the adjoining room.
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6  "Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti and Count Andrea Cavalcanti," announced Baptistin.
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7  "Count Andrea Cavalcanti," repeated the young man, accompanying his words with a bow.
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8  "I fully appreciate his delicacy," said Andrea, cramming the notes hastily into his pocket.
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9  Behind the executioner came, in the order in which they were to die, first Peppino and then Andrea.
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10  Andrea was short and fat; his visage, marked with brutal cruelty, did not indicate age; he might be thirty.
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11  Close to him, dressed in entirely new clothes, advanced smilingly Count Andrea Cavalcanti, the dutiful son, whom we also know.
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12  "Yes, you," said the count, at the same time advancing towards Andrea, and slipping a packet of bank-notes into the young man's hand.
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13  The two assistants had borne Andrea to the scaffold, and there, in spite of his struggles, his bites, and his cries, had forced him to his knees.
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14  "Ah," said the count, watching Andrea's countenance, "I do not demand any confession from you; it is precisely to avoid that necessity that your father was sent for from Lucca."
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15  Andrea Cavalcanti found his tilbury waiting at the door; the groom, in every respect a caricature of the English fashion, was standing on tiptoe to hold a large iron-gray horse.
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16  Monte Cristo watched him till he disappeared, and then touched a spring in a panel made to look like a picture, which, in sliding partly from the frame, discovered to view a small opening, so cleverly contrived that it revealed all that was passing in the drawing-room now occupied by Cavalcanti and Andrea.
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17  Andrea seized the certificate of his father's marriage and his own baptismal register, and after having opened them with all the eagerness which might be expected under the circumstances, he read them with a facility which proved that he was accustomed to similar documents, and with an expression which plainly denoted an unusual interest in the contents.
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