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Gone with the Wind
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  • This was an inferno of pain and smell and noise and hurry—hurry—hurry!
  • The world became an inferno of noise and flame and trembling earth as one explosion followed another in earsplitting succession.
  • To Scarlett, he seemed as exhilarated and contemptuous as if he got strong pleasure from the situation, as if he welcomed the inferno they were approaching.

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  • The elevator door opened to reveal an inferno.
  • like a scene from Dante’s "Inferno".

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