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Next day, Monte Cristo visits Danglars and asks for five million francs. Danglars, who has been  boasting about the immense fortune of his firm, is panic-stricken, but finally he pays the Count, who  leaves. Within moments, Monsieur de Boville is announced, and  he also  asks for five million francs  from Danglars; tomorrow, his books are being examined. Danglars promises to have the money  ready by noon the next day. Of course, however, he won't. He writes a letter to his wife, then takes  about fifty thousand francs, his passport, and closes the door behind him. Valentine's funeral procession is especially painful for Maximilien and afterward, he retires to his  room, lays out his pistols, and begins to write a suicide note. He is interrupted by Monte Cristo, who  successfully begs him not to commit suicide. The Count tells him to  live  — with hope. Then, as proof 
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