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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The old man died, as I have told you; had he lived, Mercedes, perchance, had not become the wife of another, for he would have been there to reproach her infidelity.
  • Alas, poor Albert! none of those interesting adventures fell in his way; the lovely Genoese, Florentines, and Neapolitans were all faithful, if not to their husbands, at least to their lovers, and thought not of changing even for the splendid appearance of Albert de Morcerf; and all he gained was the painful conviction that the ladies of Italy have this advantage over those of France, that they are faithful even in their infidelity.
  • I did not reckon upon hunger and infidelity!" and a bitter laugh escaped the count.

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  • The candidate was accused of marital infidelity.
  • I forgive his infidelity which I have reason to believe he also regrets...
    Alexandre Dumas  --  Ten Years Later

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