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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • When my father conspired, it was not for the emperor, it was against the Bourbons; for M. Noirtier possessed this peculiarity, he never projected any Utopian schemes which could never be realized, but strove for possibilities, and he applied to the realization of these possibilities the terrible theories of The Mountain,—theories that never shrank from any means that were deemed necessary to bring about the desired result.

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  • We thought we could create a utopia, but we failed because we overestimated human nature.
  • impractical utopian dreams

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