1 Oh, yes, they will; only listen to that charming finale.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 34. The Colosseum.
2 India was nowhere to be seen, but Scarlett knew she probably was in the kitchen giving final instructions to the servants.
3 But the quick thudding only increased as she heard him call a final farewell and walk into the front hall.
4 It was high tide of devotion and pride in their hearts, high tide of the Confederacy, for final victory was at hand.
5 It was at Mrs. Elsing's silver musicale for the benefit of the convalescents that Rhett signed his final warrant of ostracism.
6 But, as twilight came, they at last entered the final lap of the long journey.
7 It was the final degradation for her to think of Ashley reduced to the state of these other soldiers.
8 While Pork stood with the little melon clutched to him, uncertain as to the final decision, they heard Prissy cry out.
9 When she thought of the possibility of this final insult to Tara, her heart pounded so hard she could scarcely breathe.
10 Peace had failed her and Ashley had failed her, both in the same day, and it was as if the last crevice in the shell had been sealed, the final layer hardened.
11 Scarlett felt that it gave her the final finishing touch of elegance.
12 That experience was the final evidence she needed to show her that the Kennedy family would never have more than a bare living, unless she personally made the money she was determined to have.
13 Well, it's the most dreadfully final sound in the world.
14 With this final defiance Melanie burst into tears and tried to make her stumbling way to the door.
15 She removed Hugh from the management of the mill, put him to driving a lumber wagon and closed the final details of hiring Johnnie Gallegher.