Alexandre Dumas quote about love from The Count of Monte Cristo - Believe me, to seek a quarrel with a man is a bad method of pleasing the woman who loves that man.
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Believe me, to seek a quarrel with a man is a bad method of pleasing the woman who loves that man.
 Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo (1845). copy citation

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Author Alexandre Dumas
Source The Count of Monte Cristo
Topic love quarrel pleasing
Date 1845
Language English
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“«I understand you, Fernand; you would be revenged on him because I do not love you; you would cross your Catalan knife with his dirk. What end would that answer? To lose you my friendship if he were conquered, and see that friendship changed into hate if you were victor. Believe me, to seek a quarrel with a man is a bad method of pleasing the woman who loves that man. No, Fernand, you will not thus give way to evil thoughts. Unable to have me for your wife, you will content yourself with having me for your friend and sister; and besides,» she added, her eyes troubled and moistened with tears, «wait, wait, Fernand; you said just now that the sea was treacherous, and he has been gone four months, and during these four months there have been some terrible storms.»” source
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