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1  Fernand's eye darted lightning.
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2  No, Fernand, you will not thus give way to evil thoughts.
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3  Fernand looked at them both with a stupefied air, but did not say a word.
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4  But Fernand, instead of responding to this amiable gesture, remained mute and trembling.
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5  Suddenly Edmond saw the gloomy, pale, and threatening countenance of Fernand, as it was defined in the shadow.
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6  I understand," replied Fernand, "you can endure your own wretchedness patiently, but you are afraid to share mine.
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7  Fernand gave a groan, which resembled a sob, and dropped his head into his hands, his elbows leaning on the table.
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8  Fernand, pale and trembling, drew back, like a traveller at the sight of a serpent, and fell into a chair beside him.
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9  You mistake, Fernand; it is not a law, but merely a custom, and, I pray of you, do not cite this custom in your favor.
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10  I understand you, Fernand; you would be revenged on him because I do not love you; you would cross your Catalan knife with his dirk.
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11  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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12  At least it was not I who ever encouraged you in that hope, Fernand," replied Mercedes; "you cannot reproach me with the slightest coquetry.
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13  You are included in the conscription, Fernand, and are only at liberty on sufferance, liable at any moment to be called upon to take up arms.
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14  Fernand made no reply, nor did he attempt to check the tears which flowed down the cheeks of Mercedes, although for each of these tears he would have shed his heart's blood; but these tears flowed for another.
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15  Fernand wiped away the perspiration steaming from his brow, and slowly entered the arbor, whose shade seemed to restore somewhat of calmness to his senses, and whose coolness somewhat of refreshment to his exhausted body.
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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  Sometimes you pretend I am useful to you, and that is an excuse to share with me the produce of your fishing, and I accept it, Fernand, because you are the son of my father's brother, because we were brought up together, and still more because it would give you so much pain if I refuse.
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