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Use "alter-ego" in a sentence
"Literature's most unreliable narrator, Humbert Humbert, projects his distorted view of Lolita as sadistically refusing to love him, which the prepubescent Margaux grotesquely echoes by acting out a whorish, sexually punishing alter-ego, Nina."
"Peter Parker and his alter-ego have conquered New York in the funny pages, on the silver screen and even the small screen, but come 2010 he is set to take Broadway by storm."
"After her alter-ego was exposed by FITS in August of 2009, Maguire resigned her post on the state board and briefly fled to Canada."