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The Count of Monte Cristo
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torment
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • I can well believe that so learned a person as yourself would prefer absolute solitude to being tormented with the company of one as ignorant and uninformed as myself.
  • Franz passed the night in confused dreams respecting the two meetings he had already had with his mysterious tormentor, and in waking speculations as to what the morrow would produce.
  • Morrel tormented his so effectually that they struck eight at half-past six.
  • Acting by my advice, my poor sister had refused to comply with the unreasonable demands of Benedetto, who was continually tormenting her for money, as long as he believed there was a sou left in her possession.
  • And will you not torment me any more?
  • Why do you torment them?
  • You may torture, torment, kill me, but you shall not have my signature again!
  • No, truly; you may believe me if you will; at the end of every month I am tormented by remorse.
  • One thought in particular tormented him: namely, that during his journey hither he had sat so still, whereas he might, a dozen times, have plunged into the sea, and, thanks to his powers of swimming, for which he was famous, have gained the shore, concealed himself until the arrival of a Genoese or Spanish vessel, escaped to Spain or Italy, where Mercedes and his father could have joined him.
  • Women, on the contrary, are rarely tormented with remorse; for the decision does not come from you,—your misfortunes are generally imposed upon you, and your faults the results of others’ crimes."

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  • She enjoys tormenting others.
  • She concealed her torment.

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