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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Don’t speak of Marseilles, I beg of you, Maximilian; that one word brings back my mother to my recollection—my angel mother, who died too soon for myself and all who knew her; but who, after watching over her child during the brief period allotted to her in this world, now, I fondly hope, watches from her home in heaven.

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  • She allotted part of the yard for the dogs and part for a garden.
  • She shared her allotment of rations with those who were weakest.

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