At his meeting with Mrs

At his meeting with Mrs -...

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At his meeting with Mrs. Bread, she tells Newman that the Bellegardes made Madame de Cintré feel  wicked. She explains that Madame de Cintré knew nothing wicked about her mother, but that was  because she was afraid to know, but Mrs. Bread wants to hear about Valentin. Newman recounts to  her what Valentin had told him, and Mrs. Bread is shocked, but she is also touched that Valentin  thought so highly of her and died with her name on his breath. Newman tells her that Valentin  wanted whatever information she possessed so that he could force the Bellegardes to come round to  him. He explains: "I have been cruelly injured. They have hurt me, and I want to hurt them. I don't  deny that." He wants to bring them down. Mrs. Bread is worried about what Madame de Cintré would  say, but Newman thinks she entered the nunnery so that he would have a free field to work in. 
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