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"I also am sick, but it is in no sense the same. I am, as I often declare myself, a wretched beast." (Olivier, p. 7).

"Man is born free and is everywhere in chains." (Parrot, p. 36).

"At Piggott's it was always ask no questions and you'll be told no lies." (Parrot, p. 53).

"Worse, we were overshadowed by our own family trees. I was a Garmont, but a lowly judge advocate." (Olivier, p. 71).

"You are a Garmont. The liberals see you and have no doubt you are a spy. The monarchists see you and know you for a traitor. You are in danger." (Olivier, p. 76).

"Is this why you murdered my grandparents and cousins, so you could have this, so you could gather in your beastly warrens and prisons and spread your vile calimnies and wish me dead while all these years no one has done a damn thing for you...

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