The Souls of Black Folk
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"Hereafter," he commanded, "no slaves should be allowed to come into your lines at all; if any come without your knowledge, when owners call for them deliver them."
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And, finally, need I add that I who speak here am bone of the bone and flesh of the flesh of them that live within the Veil?
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and the other, a form hovering dark and mother-like, her awful face black with the mists of centuries, had aforetime quailed at that white master's command, had bent in love over the cradles of his sons and daughters, and closed in death the sunken eyes of his wife,—aye, too, at his behest had laid herself low to his lust, and borne a tawny man-child to the world, only to see her dark boy's limbs scattered to the winds by midnight marauders riding after "damned Niggers."
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Hereditary bondsmen! Know ye not
Who would be free themselves must strike the blow?
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