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Jane Eyre
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  • Will He accept a mutilated sacrifice?
  • "On this arm, I have neither hand nor nails," he said, drawing the mutilated limb from his breast, and showing it to me.
  • He stretched his right hand (the left arm, the mutilated one, he kept hidden in his bosom); he seemed to wish by touch to gain an idea of what lay around him: he met but vacancy still; for the trees were some yards off where he stood.

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  • The murder mutilates his victims bodies before killing them.
  • The madman mutilates art work

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