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Identifying himself as a murderer, the narrator is unwavering in his belief that revenge is the only solution to right any wrongdoing. True/False

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Damn the hour that he came in, because I am a revolutionary but not a murderer. And it would have been so easy to kill him. And he deserves it. Does he deserve it? No, hell no! No one deserves to be the sacrifice that turns other people into murderers. What good could come of that? None, of course.


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