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Harriet Jacobs quotes: to render me miserable. He to render me miserable. He
Harriet Jacobs quotes: These God-breathing machines are no more, in the sight of their masters, than the cotton they plant, or the horses they These God-breathing machines are no more, in the sight of their masters, than the cotton they plant, or the horses they
Harriet Jacobs quotes: Would that I had more ability! But my heart is so full, and my pen is so weak! Would that I had more ability! But my heart is so full, and my pen is so weak!
Harriet Jacobs quotes: The brightest skies are always foreshadowed by dark clouds The brightest skies are always foreshadowed by dark clouds
Harriet Jacobs quotes: Do you know that I have a right to do as I like with you, - that I can kill you, if I please?" "You Do you know that I have a right to do as I like with you, - that I can kill you, if I please?" "You
Harriet Jacobs quotes: The war of my life had begun; and though one of God's most powerless creatures, I resolved never to be conquered. The war of my life had begun; and though one of God's most powerless creatures, I resolved never to be conquered.
Harriet Jacobs quotes: As I was about to open the street door, Sally laid her hand on my shoulder, and said, "Linda, is you gwine all As I was about to open the street door, Sally laid her hand on my shoulder, and said, "Linda, is you gwine all
Harriet Jacobs quotes: Satan's church is here below; Up to God's free church I hope to go. Satan's church is here below; Up to God's free church I hope to go.
Harriet Jacobs quotes: It seemed as if I were born to bring sorrow on all who befriended me, and that was the bitterest drop in the bitter cup of my life. It seemed as if I were born to bring sorrow on all who befriended me, and that was the bitterest drop in the bitter cup of my life.
Harriet Jacobs quotes: I am aware that some of my adventures may seem incredible; but they are, nevertheless, strictly true. I I am aware that some of my adventures may seem incredible; but they are, nevertheless, strictly true. I
Harriet Jacobs quotes: Moreover, they thought he had spoiled his children, by teaching them to feel that they were human beings. Moreover, they thought he had spoiled his children, by teaching them to feel that they were human beings.
Harriet Jacobs quotes: They had never felt slavery; and, when it was too late, they were convinced of its reality. When They had never felt slavery; and, when it was too late, they were convinced of its reality. When
Harriet Jacobs quotes: There is something akin to freedom in having a lover who has no control over you, except that which he gains by kindness and attachment There is something akin to freedom in having a lover who has no control over you, except that which he gains by kindness and attachment