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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The nations took Attila, who was doomed to destroy them, for a conqueror similar to other conquerors, and it was necessary for both to reveal their missions, that they might be known and acknowledged; one was compelled to say, ’I am the angel of the Lord’; and the other, ’I am the hammer of God,’ in order that the divine essence in both might be revealed."

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  • Attila is also known as Attila the Hun or the Scourge of God.
  • Some pair they made: Attila the Hun and Gracie the useless.
    Ellen Raskin  --  The Westing Game

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