Even at the moment of marriage, she had not given a thought to the fact that the price she was paying for the safety of home was permanent exile from it.
They were lonely exiles in a hostile land and many of them were starved for polite feminine associations in a town where respectable women drew their skirts aside in passing and looked as if they would like to spit on them.
Besides—do you want him to be an exile like Tony Fontaine?
But, no matter what sights they had seen, what menial tasks they had done and would have to do, they remained ladies and gentlemen, royalty in exile—bitter, aloof, incurious, kind to one another, diamond hard, as bright and brittle as the crystals of the broken chandelier over their heads.
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She fled Tibet and is living in exile in India.
Napolean was forced into exile on the island of Elba.