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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The man he sacrificed to his ambition, that innocent victim immolated on the altar of his father’s faults, appeared to him pale and threatening, leading his affianced bride by the hand, and bringing with him remorse, not such as the ancients figured, furious and terrible, but that slow and consuming agony whose pangs are intensified from hour to hour up to the very moment of death.

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  • The monk self-immolated in protest against China’s rule of Tibet.
  • The Aztecs immolated human victims

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