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“Would you stop pacing? You’re making me nervous.” Elizabeth was completely ignored by her friend, who was currently too wrapped up in her pessimistic thoughts to listen to...
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A week has passed since that day. Nothing has changed. But everything has changed. I had heard stories, impossible tales of the lame walking, the blind seeing, lepers cleansed, demons...
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Winter, 1832. “Out of all of the days you have to look that serious,” I quipped at the black-haired, sooty-faced boy who had his bare hands lodged within the workings of the...