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1  "No, my boy, no," said Caderousse.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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2  Morrel, good, worthy man, said Caderousse.
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3  "I have just left him," answered Caderousse.
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4  "Poor Fernand has been dismissed," continued Caderousse.
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5  "He seems besotted," said Danglars, pushing Caderousse with his knee.
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6  Oh, if you take it in that sense," said Caderousse, "it is another thing.
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7  As Edmond paused, the black and bearded head of Caderousse appeared at the door.
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8  Yes, yes, Edmond, that is true, but you forgot at that time a little debt to our neighbor, Caderousse.
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9  "I will go directly," was Edmond's reply; and, embracing his father, and nodding to Caderousse, he left the apartment.
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10  The young man stopped suddenly, looked around him, and perceived Caderousse sitting at table with Danglars, under an arbor.
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11  During this time Danglars fixed his piercing glance on the young man, on whose heart Caderousse's words fell like molten lead.
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12  "I called you because you were running like a madman, and I was afraid you would throw yourself into the sea," said Caderousse, laughing.
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13  Caderousse lingered for a moment, then taking leave of old Dantes, he went downstairs to rejoin Danglars, who awaited him at the corner of the Rue Senac.
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14  "Well, never mind," answered Caderousse, pouring out a glass of wine for Fernand, and filling his own for the eighth or ninth time, while Danglars had merely sipped his.
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15  "Yes, as you see, neighbor Caderousse; and ready to be agreeable to you in any and every way," replied Dantes, but ill-concealing his coldness under this cloak of civility.
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16  "Well, Fernand, I must say," said Caderousse, beginning the conversation, with that brutality of the common people in which curiosity destroys all diplomacy, "you look uncommonly like a rejected lover;" and he burst into a hoarse laugh.
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17  Danglars shuddered at this unexpected attack, and turned to Caderousse, whose countenance he scrutinized, to try and detect whether the blow was premeditated; but he read nothing but envy in a countenance already rendered brutal and stupid by drunkenness.
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