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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • But beneath this superficial calm there were in the heart of the young man, and perhaps in that of the old man, many repressed desires, many stifled sighs, which found vent when Faria was left alone, and when Edmond returned to his cell.

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  • She has only superficial knowledge on the subject.
  • Her injuries are only superficial.

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