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"Most Slave children dont get any learning, she say, now dont waste it." Part 1, pg. 3

"I know Miss Margaret has remember her childhood friend and the promise she make the night you die. Besides, she her self taught me to read these words from the Bible: Thou shalt love they neighbor as thyself." Part 1, pg. 10

"I miss you, Daddy, even though I am mad with you for leaving us. I guess that make me your daughter, since you always were mad as hops bout every little thing." Part 1, pg. 16

"I been letting myself dream that Missus leave Gran free." Part 1, pg. 23

"All summer long, Missus watch the Docter and the Docter watch me. He try one thing and then another. I would laugh if I were not so afraid." Part 1, pg. 33

"Gran sit silent when I tell her everything bout the Docter and Samuel and how I choose him...

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This section contains 371 words
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