Newman walks for a long time after the interview with Madame de Cintré

Newman walks for a long time after the interview with Madame de Cintré

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Unformatted text preview: Newman walks for a long time after the interview with Madame de Cintr. He cannot yet bring himself to give her up. He still thinks that if mother and son would drop their victim, she would still come back to him. He decides to have one more interview with Madame and Urbain de Bellegarde. As he enters the chateau, he is met by Mrs. Bread who sympathizes with him. She tells him that Madame de Cintr left that morning for the nunnery and that she had only told her mother the night before. The Bellegardes are taking it rather hard. She asks for some last news of Valentin, and Newman asks her to meet him that night and he will tell her Valentin's last words. When Newman meets the Bellegardes, he asks them to repeal their order because becoming a Carmelite nun is worse than marrying a commercial person. They refuse. Newman wonders if Carmelite nun is worse than marrying a commercial person....
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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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