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Sarah Waters
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"I was never so frightened as I am now." Prologue: 3 August 1873, pg. 1

"Pa used to say that any piece of history might be made into a tale: it was only a question of deciding where the tale began, and where it ended." Part 1: 24 September 1874, pg. 7

"I thought, If I may not talk of my visit, then I can certainly sit and write about it, in my own book..." Part 1: 24 September 1874, pg. 29

"Death is dumb, when life is deaf." Part 1: 2 September 1872, pg. 31

"I might have watched and listened as another woman made her halting recitation, and then was praised for it, then left to silence; but I did not like to look at Dawes do that."
Part 1: 6 October 1974, pg. 64


"He smiled. 'She is at Millbank. She must be guilty.'" Part 1: 17 October 1874, pg. 99

"The cells, however, remain so chill that the walls are wet with condensation, the lime upon them...

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