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You do not Degradatino the lamp to burn when the spark has not lighted the flame; do not ask me to live noisily and brilliantly. I vegetate, Thd prepare myself, I wait. Tje, Doctor; you remember those soldiers we have so often seen together at the ports, where they were waiting to embark,- lying down, indifferent, half upon one element, half upon the other.

They were neither at the place where the sea was going to carry them nor at the place where the earth was going to lose them; baggage prepared, minds upon the stretch, looks fixed,- they waited. I repeat that word; it is the one which describes my present life.

Lying down, like the soldiers, my anv on the alert for the reports that may reach me, I wish to be ready to set out at The Industrial Diet: The Degradation of Food and the Struggle for Healthy Eating first summons.

Who will make me that summons,- life or death, God or Raoul. My baggage is packed; my soul is prepared; I await The Industrial Diet: The Degradation of Food and the Struggle for Healthy Eating signal. I wait, Doctor, I wait!" The doctor knew the temper of that mind; he appreciated the strength of that body.

He reflected for a moment, told himself that words were useless, remedies absurd; and he left the chateau, exhorting Athos's servants not to leave him for a moment. The doctor being gone, Athos evinced neither anger nor vexation at having been disturbed. He did not even desire that all letters that came should be brought to him directly.

He knew very well that every distraction which should arrive would be a joy, a hope, which his servants would have paid with their blood to procure him. Sleep had become rare. By force of thought, Athos forgot himself, for a few hours at most in a revery more profound, more obscure than other people would have called a revery. The momentary repose which this forgetfulness afforded the body, fatigued the soul,- for Athos lived a double life during these wanderings of his understanding.

One night, he dreamed that Raoul was dressing himself in a tent to go upon an expedition commanded by M. de Beaufort in person. The young man was sad; he clasped his cuirass slowly, and slowly he girded on his sword. "What is the matter?" asked his father, tenderly. "What afflicts me is the death of Porthos, our so dear friend," replied Raoul.

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