A Voice from the Border Overview

Pamela Smith Hill
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A Voice from, the Border illustrates the growing friendship and understanding between a fifteen-year-old girl and her father's fifteen-year-old slave while the American Civil War is being fought a short distance from their home. Margaret Reeves O'Neill and Hector, her father's slave, are the protagonists. However Margaret Reeves O'Neill is the narrator. During a short four months, Reeves' notes reveal her thoughts about slavery and how she matures as she gains insight into...

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