Newman has kept his promise and said nothing for six months to Madame de Cintré

Newman has kept his promise and said nothing for six months to Madame de Cintré

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Unformatted text preview: Newman has kept his promise and said nothing for six months to Madame de Cintr, but now the time of waiting is over. He now speaks and tells Madame de Cintr that she is everything that he desires and more. She tells him that she liked him six months ago and even more today, but she reminds him that she is cold and "a coward." She continues by adding that she does not care for a brilliant, worldly life, but concludes that she thinks she could be happy with Newman because he is so different from anyone she has ever known. Newman returns the next day and is met by Mrs. Bread. She tells him that nothing has been said, but she knows that he has been accepted. She reminds him to marry quickly and take Madame de Cintr away. She is still afraid....
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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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