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“Brother Cadfael slept without quite sleeping, much as he had done many a time in camp and on the battlefield, or wrapped in his sea-cloak on deck, under the stars of the Midland Sea.”
“Page 94 which it condemned the blacks; the horrors of the interstate slave trade, tearing husband from wife and children from their mothers to be sold into distant places; he pointed out the national disgrace involved in the fact that in the city of Washington, under the stars and stripes, slave-dealers were licensed to ply their trade in human flesh, leading the chained "coffles" of black wretches about the streets.”
“And then it seemed like no time at all before May was in high school, and trading nights on the couch with her mom for nights under the stars with her friends, cold bleacher afternoons with classmates at football games, colorful costume parties with lots of new people to meet, cozy poetry readings at the Y’All Come In Café in Hog Wallow.”
“We got off the ship in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where Governor Pedro Rosselló and his truly beautiful, vivacious wife, Marga, had a dinner for us in a tent under the stars at the Fortaleza.”
“They bade good-by to Frona and St. Vincent and went off disputing under the stars in the direction of the Opera House.”
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