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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • She cast her eyes again over the note to peruse it a second time, and saw there was a postscript.
  • This postscript decreased greatly the young girl’s happiness.
  • Did you see the postscript?
  • The postscript is explicit.
  • The letter is still to be seen, for it is in Franz d’Epinay’s possession, signed by me, and with a postscript of M. Luigi Vampa.
  • "Ah, true," said Monte Cristo "there is a postscript."
  • "Yes, yes," repeated the major, "yes—there—is—a—postscript."
  • The major awaited the conclusion of the postscript, apparently with great anxiety.
  • "Then the postscript"— "Well; what of the postscript?"
  • "Then the postscript"— "Well; what of the postscript?"
  • Then the postscript is as favorably received by you as the rest of the letter?
  • You attached great importance, then, to this postscript, my dear Monsieur Cavalcanti?

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  • PS:  Bob just walked through and says hello.
  • PS: Bella says she misses you too.

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