Gustave Flaubert. Sentimental Education; Or, The History of a Young Man. Volume 2
CHAPTER XI. A Dinner and a Duel
CHAPTER XII. Little Louise Grows Up
CHAPTER XIII. Rosanette as a Lovely Turk
CHAPTER XIV. The Barricade
CHAPTER XV "How Happy Could I Be With Either."
CHAPTER XVI. Unpleasant News from Rosanette
CHAPTER XVII. A Strange Betrothal
CHAPTER XVIII. An Auction
CHAPTER XIX. A Bitter-Sweet Reunion
CHAPTER XX "Wait Till You Come to Forty Year."
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Frederick passed the whole of the next day in brooding over his anger and humiliation. He reproached himself for not having given a slap in the face to Cisy. As for the Maréchale, he swore not to see her again. Others as good-looking could be easily found; and, as money would be required in order to possess these women, he would speculate on the Bourse with the purchase-money of his farm. He would get rich; he would crush the Maréchale and everyone else with his luxury. When the evening had come, he was surprised at not having thought of Madame Arnoux.
"So much the better. What's the good of it?"
"He would still know who brought it about," replied Cisy.