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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • He found the count standing before some copies of Albano and Fattore that had been passed off to the banker as originals; but which, mere copies as they were, seemed to feel their degradation in being brought into juxtaposition with the gaudy colors that covered the ceiling.

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  • Shakespeare often makes us think by juxtaposing contrasting concepts like youth and age or freedom and responsibility.
  • It is a city where poverty exists in a startling juxtaposition to great wealth.

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