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Hercules
used in Jane Eyre

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mythological Roman hero famous for his strength and for performing 12 immense labors to gain immortality
  • "I was thinking, sir (you will excuse the idea; it was involuntary), I was thinking of Hercules and Samson with their charmers — " "You were, you little elfish — " "Hush, sir!
    Chapter 24 (23% in)

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