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"TITANIC, THE UNTOLD STORY"

They both fell silent, pondering the mystery . Finally, Toussaint touched Nathan’s arm and said, “If you’re really concerned, perhaps you shouldn't’ go to America.” He pointed to the carpetbag. “You have a nice sum of money there. You have a good job, a nice home. Why take a risk, when you don’t have to.”

Nathan reflected for a moment. In a way, Toussaint was right. He was comfortable. He didn’t have to go to America. With the assets his father left him in France alone, he could live well for quite some time. But it was more than money or financial assets that motivated him. It was a matter of pride, self-respect, and above all, principle. It was his inheritance. He had a right to claim it. He’d promised his father that he would, and he was honor bound to keep his word. And no matter what the risk, he would not forfeit his inheritance, not after the way he had been forced to leave America.

Finally, he said to Toussaint, “You don’t understand. “I have to go. I promised Papa. And I promised myself a long time ago that I will stand up for what is right, even if it kills me. It’s my inheritance over there, and I’m going to claim it, come hell or high water.”

He picked up the carpetbag, placed it under his arm and shook the old man’s hand.“Thank you for everything,” he said, and Toussaint walked him to the door. “Good luck, Nathan,” Toussaint called after him as he walked down the steps. “I hope you’re doing the right thing.”

“So do I,” Nathan thought, taking out the crank for his automobile. “So do I.”

 

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