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1  Well, I will do better, Mercedes.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In Chapter 3. The Catalans.
2  Edmond and Mercedes were clasped in each other's arms.
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3  Mercedes has no fortune; I have none to settle on her.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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4  Mercedes, however, paid no heed to this explanation of her lover's arrest.
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5  Well, Mercedes, beloved by you, I would tempt fortune; you would bring me good luck, and I should become rich.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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6  Mercedes looked pleased and gratified, while Fernand grasped the handle of his knife with a convulsive clutch.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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7  His hatred, like a powerless though furious wave, was broken against the strong ascendancy which Mercedes exercised over him.
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8  Lovely as the Greek girls of Cyprus or Chios, Mercedes boasted the same bright flashing eyes of jet, and ripe, round, coral lips.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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9  Edmond then cast his eyes scrutinizingly at the agitated and embarrassed Mercedes, and then again on the gloomy and menacing Fernand.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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10  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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11  Neither Mercedes nor Edmond observed the strange expression of his countenance; they were so happy that they were conscious only of the sunshine and the presence of each other.
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12  Dantes, perceiving the affectionate eagerness of his father, responded by a look of grateful pleasure; while Mercedes glanced at the clock and made an expressive gesture to Edmond.
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13  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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14  The old father and Mercedes remained for some time apart, each absorbed in grief; but at length the two poor victims of the same blow raised their eyes, and with a simultaneous burst of feeling rushed into each other's arms.
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15  Danglars followed Edmond and Mercedes with his eyes until the two lovers disappeared behind one of the angles of Fort Saint Nicolas, then turning round, he perceived Fernand, who had fallen, pale and trembling, into his chair, while Caderousse stammered out the words of a drinking-song.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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16  Fernand, probably excited beyond bearing, pricked by Danglars, as the bull is by the bandilleros, was about to rush out; for he had risen from his seat, and seemed to be collecting himself to dash headlong upon his rival, when Mercedes, smiling and graceful, lifted up her lovely head, and looked at them with her clear and bright eyes.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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17  Meanwhile Fernand made his appearance, poured out for himself a glass of water with a trembling hand; then hastily swallowing it, went to sit down at the first vacant place, and this was, by mere chance, placed next to the seat on which poor Mercedes had fallen half fainting, when released from the warm and affectionate embrace of old Dantes.
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