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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • I am Captain Dantes, a loyal Frenchman, thought accused of treason; tell me where you are conducting me, and I promise you on my honor I will submit to my fate.
  • Dandre is not a man to be accused of treason!
  • , or an ex-emperor, but his majesty the emperor and king, driven from France, which is his kingdom, by violence and treason.
  • "It was through Haidee that the Chamber was informed of his father’s treason."
  • Monsieur Albert appears to me quite innocent of the treason charged against the general.
  • ’Gentlemen,’ said the president, when silence was restored, ’is the Count of Morcerf convicted of felony, treason, and conduct unbecoming a member of this House?
  • Monte Cristo turned to Haidee, and with an expression of countenance which commanded her to pay the most implicit attention to his words, he said in Greek,—"Tell us the fate of your father; but neither the name of the traitor nor the treason."
  • "Ah, monsieur," returned Julie, "it is treason in my brother to bring you thus, but he never has any regard for his poor sister.

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  • He was executed for treason in a time of war.
  • Her behavior was treasonous.

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