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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • He died a more wretched, hopeless, heart-broken prisoner than the felons who pay the penalty of their crimes at the galleys of Toulon.
  • You received a second fortune, money and tranquillity were restored to you, and you, who had been condemned to a felon’s life, might live as other men.
  • "Yes," replied the count; "a felon named Caderousse."
  • Caderousse, awed by the superior power of the abbe, sat down and wrote:— Sir,—The man whom you are receiving at your house, and to whom you intend to marry your daughter, is a felon who escaped with me from confinement at Toulon.

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  • Each state determines how long a felon is denied the right to vote.
  • It’s difficult for ex-felons to find work.

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