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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Whole days have I passed in these Titanic efforts, considering my labor well repaid if, by night-time I had contrived to carry away a square inch of this hard-bound cement, changed by ages into a substance unyielding as the stones themselves; then to conceal the mass of earth and rubbish I dug up, I was compelled to break through a staircase, and throw the fruits of my labor into the hollow part of it; but the well is now so completely choked up, that I scarcely think it would be…

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  • The way it just emerges there, surrounded on all sides by black, reminds me of the scene in Titanic when the iceberg rises out of the water and guts the ship open.
    Lauren Oliver  --  Before I Fall
  • The tithes at Happy Jack are like first-class passengers on the Titanic.
    Neal Shusterman  --  Unwind

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