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The silence in her house echoed through her mind. The only noise was the tick-tocking of the clock. Sunlight lit the room, illuminating the pale white sofa Mrs. Duvall sat on. It was a late...

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Jeremy's Eyes

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Tale of Edward Thomson

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The Diary of a Slave

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If a slave had been able to write, what would they say? If they were on the ship, no idea where they are going, how would they express this confusion and mix of emotions? In this story, I take on...

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It’s cold. A fragile silhouette shivers in a ring of streetlight. It’s heavy. He grips a well-worn book in his hands as one would cling to a lifeline. I...

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