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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Besides, one requires the excitement of being hateful in the eyes of the accused, in order to lash one’s self into a state of sufficient vehemence and power.
  • "You speak as though you had loved this young Dantes," observed the abbe, without taking any notice of his companion’s vehemence.
  • Monte Cristo dropped his head and shrank from the vehemence of her grief.
  • There are some situations which men understand by instinct, but which reason is powerless to explain; in such cases the greatest poet is he who gives utterance to the most natural and vehement outburst of sorrow.
  • "M. de Villefort," replied the doctor, with increased vehemence, "there are occasions when I dispense with all foolish human circumspection.
  • Mr. Procureur," said Morrel with increasing vehemence, "no mercy is allowed; I denounce the crime; it is your place to seek the assassin."

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