Dame de Monsoreau Alexandre Dumas

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Dame de Monsoreau  by  Alexandre Dumas

Dame de Monsoreau by Alexandre Dumas
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XVIII. BROTHERMoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XVIII. BROTHER GORENFLOT. To the beautiful day had succeeded a beautiful evening, only as the day had been cold, the evening was still colder.

There was one of those frosts which make the lights in the windows of an hotel look doubly tempting. Chicot first entered the dining room, and looked around him, but not finding there the man he sought for, went familiarly down to the kitchen. The master of the establishment was superintending a frying-pan full of whitings. At the sound of Chicots step he turned. Ah! it is you, Monsieur, said he- good-evening, and a good appetite to you. Thanks for the two wishes, though one of them is made as much for your own profit as for mine.

But that depends. That depends? Yes, you know that I cant bear to eat alone. If necessary, Monsieur, I will sup with you. Thanks, my dear host, but though I know you to be an excellent companion, I seek for some one else. Brother Gorenflot, perhaps 1 Precisely- has he begun supper 1 No, not yet- but you must make haste nevertheless, for in five minutes he will have finished. Brother Gorenflot has not begun his supper, and in five minutes he will have finished, do you say?

And Chicot shook his head, -- a sign which in all countries stands for incredulity. Monsieur, it is Friday, and the beginning of Lent. Well, and what then? said Chicot, who did not hold a high opinion of Gorenflots religious austerity. Bonhomet shrugged his shoulders. Decidedly, something must be out of order in the sublunary machine, said Chicot. Five minutes for Gorenflots supper! I am destined to see wonders to-day. Chicot then advanced towards a small private room, pushed open the door, and saw the worthy monk, who was turning negligently on his plate a...



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