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Unformatted text preview: Newman returned to Paris in order to plan and nurse his revenge. He walked to Madame de Bellegarde's and inquired if the lady had returned. He was disgusted to think that she would not receive him and he might have to resort to writing a letter. He returned home feeling rather tired. He began to think that nursing a vengeance was rather tiring. While he was resting, Mrs. Bread was shown in. She tells Newman that she is all packed, and is anxious to get everything over with. She tells Newman that Madame and Urbain de Bellegarde have tried to see Madame de Cintré and could not. She describes the life of the Carmelite nun as something terrible. They wear coarse old clothes, sleep on the ground, and have no heat. It is the strictest of all the orders of the nuns. She tells him the name of the house which Madame de Cintré entered, and he plans to go some Sunday to hear the nuns even though one cannot see them. entered, and he plans to go some Sunday to hear the nuns even though one cannot see them....
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- Fall '08
- Sort, Mrs. Bread, Mr. Newman