During the next six weeks

During the next six weeks - ,....

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During the next six weeks, he went often to see Madame de Cintré. Their acquaintance deepened  and Newman could see signs of her attachment to him. Once with Mrs. Tristram, he commented on  Madame de Bellegarde. He wondered if after all she had not sometime "murdered someone — all  from a sense of duty, of course." But as wicked as the old lady seems to Newman, the marquis  seems even worse. One afternoon when he was calling on Madame de Cintré, he met an old English woman whom he  later found out was Mrs. Bread. She pleads her old age and requests to be quite frank with him. She  wants him to marry Madame de Cintré very quickly and go away to America. She implies that she  knows things and that her information is worth something. Newman takes an immediate liking to her. When Madame de Cintré enters, they discuss Mrs. Bread only a minute and then Madame de Cintré 
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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