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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Monte Cristo, thus attuned to the interview he proposed to hold with Morrel and his family, departed, murmuring as he went these lines of Pindar, "Youth is a flower of which love is the fruit; happy is he who, after having watched its silent growth, is permitted to gather and call it his own."

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  • He reviewed writings from Pindar to Plato in an attempt to understand the early Olympic Games.

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