’I have a long series of insults to avenge,’ said Nicholas, flushed with passion; ’and my indignation is aggravated by the dastardly cruelties practised on helpless infancy in this foul den.
Nicholas bit his lip and knit his hands involuntarily, for his fingerends tingled to avenge the insult; but remembering that the man was drunk, and that it could come to little but a noisy brawl, he contented himself with darting a contemptuous look at the tyrant, and walked, as majestically as he could, upstairs: not a little nettled, however, to observe that Miss Squeers and Master Squeers, and the servant girl, were enjoying the scene from a snug corner; the two former indulging inů
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He wants to avenge the murder of his brother
You are the representative of justice here, and it is for justice to avenge those she has been unable to protect.