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D'Artagnan remarked his absence. "He is still stricken, isn't he?" said he to Athos. "He is struck to death. " "Oh. your fears exaggerate, I hope. Raoul is of a fine nature. Around all hearts so noble as his there is a second envelope which forms a cuirass. The first bleeds, the second resists. " "No," replied Athos, "Raoul will die of it. " "Mordioux!" said d'Artagnan, in a melancholy tone; and he did not add a word to this exclamation.

Then, a minute after, "Why do you let him Becoming Mexican American "Because he insists upon going. " "And why do you not go with him?" "I could not bear to see him die. " D'Artagnan looked his friend earnestly in the face. "You know one thing," Becoming Mexican American the count, leaning upon the arm of the captain,- "you know that in the course of my Becoming Mexican American I have been afraid of but few things.

Well. I have an incessant, gnawing, insurmountable fear that a day will arrive in which I shall hold the dead body of Becoming Mexican American boy in my arms. " "Oh!" murmured d'Artagnan; "oh!" "He will die, I know,- I have a conviction of that; but I would not see him die. " "How is this, Athos. you come and place yourself in the presence of the bravest man you say you Becoming Mexican American ever seen,- of your own d'Artagnan, of that man without an equal, as you formerly called him,- and you come and tell him with your arms folded that you are afraid of witnessing the death of your son, you who have seen all that can be seen in this world.

Why have you this fear, Athos. Man upon this earth must expect everything, and ought to face everything. " "Listen to me, my friend.

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