428 chapter 37 — The Count of Monte Cristo
Chapter 37 • The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandré Dumas
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also an interesting dichotomy between when Albert is imprisoned by brigands and when Dantes was imprisoned for real.
Oh My God.
Did I say Italian???
And yes, I totally agree about the shudder… My God, what did I say?! This is what happens when recording under a load of pillows after four days of no sleep—AND in Texas.
I agree that he probably thought Albert was shallow! It’s seemed to me all along that Albert takes nothing seriously. But he probably shuddered because of who Albert is.
Oh and also…I think the Count shuddered when he took Albert’s hand because he is the son of Mercedes and Fernand…
I don’t mean to be pedantic but I think the original language of Caesar’s commentaries would have been Latin?