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About four o'clock, just as Eugenie and her mother had finishedsetting the table for six persons, and after the master of the househad brought up a few bottles of the exquisite wine which provincialscherish with true affection, Charles came down into the hall. Theyoung fellow was pale; his gestures, the expression of his face, hisglance, and the tones of his voice, all had a sadness which was fullof grace. He was not pretending grief, he truly suffered; and the veilof pain cast over his features gave him an interesting air dear to theheart of women. Eugenie loved him the more for it. Perhaps she feltthat sorrow drew him nearer to her. Charles was no longer the rich anddistinguished young man placed in a sphere far above her, but arelation plunged into frightful misery. Misery begets equality. Womenhave this in common with the angels,,suffering humanity belongs tothem. Charles and Eugenie understood each other and spoke only withtheir eyes; for the poor fallen dandy, orphaned and impoverished, satapart in a corner of the room, and was proudly calm and silent. Yet,from time to time, the gentle and caressing glance of the young girlshone upon him and constrained him away from his sad thoughts, drawinghim with her into the fields of hope and of futurity, where she lovedto hold him at her side.

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At this moment the town of Saumur was more excited about the dinnergiven by Grandet to the Cruchots than it had been the night before atthe sale of his vintage, though that constituted a crime of high-treason against the whole wine-growing community. If the politic oldmiser had given his dinner from the same idea that cost the dog ofAlcibiades his tail, he might perhaps have been called a great man;but the fact is, considering himself superior to a community which hecould trick on all occasions, he paid very little heed to what Saumurmight say. n-wifi lcd cover

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The des Grassins soon learned the facts of the failure and the violentdeath of Guillaume Grandet, and they determined to go to theirclient's house that very evening to commiserate his misfortune andshow him some marks of friendship, with a view of ascertaining themotives which had led him to invite the Cruchots to dinner. Atprecisely five o'clock Monsieur C. de Bonfons and his uncle the notaryarrived in their Sunday clothes. The party sat down to table and beganto dine with good appetites. Grandet was grave, Charles silent,Eugenie dumb, and Madame Grandet did not say more than usual; so thatthe dinner was, very properly, a repast of condolence. When they rosefrom table Charles said to his aunt and uncle,,

"Will you permit me to retire? I am obliged to undertake a long andpainful correspondence."

"Certainly, nephew."

As soon as the goodman was certain that Charles could hear nothing andwas probably deep in his letter-writing, he said, with a dissimulatingglance at his wife,,

"Madame Grandet, what we have to talk about will be Latin to you; itis half-past seven; you can go and attend to your household accounts.Good-night, my daughter."

He kissed Eugenie, and the two women departed. A scene now took placein which Pere Grandet brought to bear, more than at any other momentof his life, the shrewd dexterity he had acquired in his intercoursewith men, and which had won him from those whose flesh he sometimesbit too sharply the nickname of "the old dog." If the mayor of Saumurhad carried his ambition higher still, if fortunate circumstances,drawing him towards the higher social spheres, had sent him intocongresses where the affairs of nations were discussed, and had hethere employed the genius with which his personal interests hadendowed him, he would undoubtedly have proved nobly useful to hisnative land. Yet it is perhaps equally certain that outside of Saumurthe goodman would have cut a very sorry figure. Possibly there areminds like certain animals which cease to breed when transplanted fromthe climates in which they are born.

"M-m-mon-sieur le p-p-president, you said t-t-that b-b-bankruptcy,"The stutter which for years the old miser had assumed when it suitedhim, and which, together with the deafness of which he sometimescomplained in rainy weather, was thought in Saumur to be a naturaldefect, became at this crisis so wearisome to the two Cruchots thatwhile they listened they unconsciously made faces and moved theirlips, as if pronouncing the words over which he was hesitating andstuttering at will. Here it may be well to give the history of thisimpediment of the speech and hearing of Monsieur Grandet. No one inAnjou heard better, or could pronounce more crisply the Frenchlanguage (with an Angevin accent) than the wily old cooper. Some yearsearlier, in spite of his shrewdness, he had been taken in by anIsraelite, who in the course of the discussion held his hand behindhis ear to catch sounds, and mangled his meaning so thoroughly intrying to utter his words that Grandet fell a victim to his humanityand was compelled to prompt the wily Jew with the words and ideas heseemed to seek, to complete himself the arguments of the said Jew, tosay what that cursed Jew ought to have said for himself; in short, tobe the Jew instead of being Grandet. When the cooper came out of thiscurious encounter he had concluded the only bargain of which in thecourse of a long commercial life he ever had occasion to complain. Butif he lost at the time pecuniarily, he gained morally a valuablelesson; later, he gathered its fruits. Indeed, the goodman ended byblessing that Jew for having taught him the art of irritating hiscommercial antagonist and leading him to forget his own thoughts inhis impatience to suggest those over which his tormentor wasstuttering. No affair had ever needed the assistance of deafness,impediments of speech, and all the incomprehensible circumlocutionswith which Grandet enveloped his ideas, as much as the affair now inhand. In the first place, he did not mean to shoulder theresponsibility of his own scheme; in the next, he was determined toremain master of the conversation and to leave his real intentions indoubt.

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