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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • It is possible, Haidee, that so perfect a seclusion, though conformable with the habits and customs of the East, may not be practicable in Paris.
  • It was an impossibility; for the last week M. de Villefort has secluded himself.
  • Villefort had secluded himself, not to study, but to reflect; and with the door locked and orders given that he should not be disturbed excepting for important business, he sat down in his arm-chair and began to ponder over the events, the remembrance of which had during the last eight days filled his mind with so many gloomy thoughts and bitter recollections.

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  • She has been secluded in her bedroom since receiving the information.
  • a secluded romantic spot

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