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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • His next care on leaving the barber’s who had achieved his first metamorphosis was to enter a shop and buy a complete sailor’s suit—a garb, as we all know, very simple, and consisting of white trousers, a striped shirt, and a cap.
  • The girls looked with horror upon this shameful metamorphosis, the man of the world shaking off his covering and appearing as a galley-slave.

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  • the metamorphosis of the old house into something new and exciting
  • Strangely enough, in some ways Gramps seemed as upset with Dad’s metamorphosis as Henry had been.
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