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consul
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The Awakening
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  • "It isn’t pleasant to have a woman tell you—" he went on, unheedingly, but breaking off suddenly: "Now if I were like Arobin-you remember Alcee Arobin and that story of the consul’s wife at Biloxi?"
  • And he related the story of Alcee Arobin and the consul’s wife; and another about the tenor of the French Opera, who received letters which should never have been written; and still other stories, grave and gay, till Mrs. Pontellier and her possible propensity for taking young men seriously was apparently forgotten.

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  • They have an ambassador in Washington and consuls in various cities.
  • She is a consul from Norway.

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