The Forgotten Daughter Quotes

Caroline Dale Snedeker
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"Slavery was like this. We say we have slavery today in factory and machine shop -but slavery was different- slavery was like this" (Chapter 5, p. 25).

"The slave was res - not persona - a mere chattel. Roman slave-owners were advised to keep them at work every minute of every hour. When they were worn out, to sell them" (Chapter 8, p. 41).

"It is strange how people try to mend their lives when the garment is torn to shreds. It is strange, too, how life's garment, unlike human weaving, grows whole with the mending" (Chapter 9, p. 49).

"Where are our small Roman farmers? Aulus, if we have no more farmers we will soon have no more Rome. Not a farm! Not a farm" (Chapter 13, p. 73).

"Days of tensity and excitement and the low underground thunder of dread, days of triumph that clashed in his heart like cymbals. It seemed as though...

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