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1  I hope soon to see you again, my dear Edmond.
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2  "But you are deceived, Edmond," she continued.
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3  Edmond and Mercedes were clasped in each other's arms.
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4  "Yes," said Danglars, darting at Edmond a look gleaming with hate.
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5  "So, but according to all probability she soon will be," replied Edmond.
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6  "Heaven pardon me," cried Edmond, falling on his knees before his father.
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7  Well, well, my dear Edmond," continued the owner, "don't let me detain you.
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8  "So that you have lived for three months on sixty francs," muttered Edmond.
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9  "Ah, lips that say one thing, while the heart thinks another," murmured Edmond.
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10  As Edmond paused, the black and bearded head of Caderousse appeared at the door.
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11  Yes, yes, Edmond, that is true, but you forgot at that time a little debt to our neighbor, Caderousse.
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12  At this Fernand recollected her threat of dying if Edmond died, and dropped again heavily on his seat.
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13  Suddenly Edmond saw the gloomy, pale, and threatening countenance of Fernand, as it was defined in the shadow.
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14  "Yes, my dear father," replied Edmond, smiling at his father's astonishment at the excessive honor paid to his son.
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15  "I will go directly," was Edmond's reply; and, embracing his father, and nodding to Caderousse, he left the apartment.
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16  Scarcely, however, had he touched Edmond's hand than he felt he had done all he could do, and rushed hastily out of the house.
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17  Edmond then cast his eyes scrutinizingly at the agitated and embarrassed Mercedes, and then again on the gloomy and menacing Fernand.
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18  Why, you see, Edmond," replied the owner, who appeared more comforted at every moment, "we are all mortal, and the old must make way for the young.
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19  And at these words the young girl fixed her imperious look on the Catalan, who, as if fascinated by it, came slowly towards Edmond, and offered him his hand.
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20  He was a man of twenty-five or twenty-six years of age, of unprepossessing countenance, obsequious to his superiors, insolent to his subordinates; and this, in addition to his position as responsible agent on board, which is always obnoxious to the sailors, made him as much disliked by the crew as Edmond Dantes was beloved by them.
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