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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • …her second-floor chamber, shivering in her chair, or stretched languid and feeble on her bed, while her husband kept his daily watch at the door—a duty he performed with so much the greater willingness, as it saved him the necessity of listening to the endless plaints and murmurs of his helpmate, who never saw him without breaking out into bitter invectives against fate; to all of which her husband would calmly return an unvarying reply, in these philosophic words:— "Hush, La Carconte.

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  • Her idea of debate is to hurl completely unsupported personal invective.
  • her invective-filled tweets

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