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Zharet assured the crowd the apostasy was theirs not hers, for they credited a
demon as a god. When she had said all she wished to, she came down the steps
again, and went away through the crowd to find another portion of it to harangue.
In the morning the sun and Zharet rose together and went together across the city
. The waves of the crowd poured up and down. The temple emptied in preference
for the more peculiar show outside. Zharet's diatribes were taken for preaching.
At the seventh gate, shrieking, she died. In the cool gray light before the dawn,
the corpse of Zharet, a cage from which a frantic soul had torn its way, lay on the
sand. Her limbs pointed at the four corners of the earth, splayed and deformed.
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