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I am packing my belongings in the shawl my mother used to wear when she went to the market. And I am going from my valley. But thi ...
In those days, the blag slag, the waste of the coal pits, had only begun to cover the side of our hill. Not enough to mar the coun ...
For if my father was the head of our house, my mother was its heart.
Everything I ever learned as a small boy came from my father. And I never found anything he ever told me to be wrong or worthless. ...
Twenty-two weeks the men were out as the strike moved into winter. It was strange to go out into the street and find the men there ...
Revolutions are notorious for allowing even non- participants--even women!--new scope for telling the truth since they are themsel ...
It is not women's fault if we are so tender. It is in the nature of the lives we live. And further, it would be a terrible catastr ...
We have needed to define ourselves by reclaiming the words that define us. They have used language as weapons. When we open oursel ...
He was naturally so sensitive, and so kind. But he had the insidious modern disease of tolerance. He must tolerate everything, eve ...
She could give herself up to the written word as naturally as a good dancer to music or a fine swimmer to water. The only difficul ...
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