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Unformatted text preview: One day M. Nioche came to renew his visits with Newman. He expressed his great concern over Mademoiselle Nomie's actions, and Newman promises to look in on her at the Louvre the next day. While wandering through the Louvre in search of Mademoiselle Nomie, Newman met Valentin who was there to conduct some dull English cousins through the most interesting parts of the museum, but they are late and at Newman's insistence, he joins him in the search for Mademoiselle Nomie. When they find her, Newman wonders why she hasn't persevered and completed part of his order. She reminds him that she has no talent, and turns to Valentin to vouch for her that she cannot paint. Valentin advises her to give it up and try something else. After more polite conversation, M. Nioche comes to fetch his daughter. After they leave, Valentin admits that the Mademoiselle is very comes to fetch his daughter....
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- Fall '08