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"As she drew nearer the tank, it seemed to grow larger and whiter than ever and she seemed smaller and blacker than ever." The Last Return, p. 21

"They needed her to kill. To say she would kill. She thought perhaps she could do it. Perhaps." The Last Return, p. 30

"That night, after The Wild Child was buried in an overgrown corner of a local black cemetery, students, including Anne-Marion, rioted on Saxon campus for the first time in its long, placid, impeccable history, and the only thing they managed to destroy was The Sojourner." Sojourner, p. 48

"Rebelling, she began to dream each night, just before her baby sent out his cries, of ways to murder him." The Happy Mother, p. 69

"She felt deeply that what she'd done was the only thing, and was right, but that did not seem to matter. On some deeper level than she had...

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