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The Key
How many centuries will in take?

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Social Injustice
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♥ davebccanada ♥

A thought provoking presentation and well researched, I'm sure. I certainly saw no errors and found it an easy read. I have a heart for you. Thank you for sharing.

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writingmum

Sometimes it's hard for me to read narratives like this. I'm a bit shallow in the sense i like a story to have more dialogue, however I found this an interesting read. I certainly liked the message you conveyed and how it fits into the theme of social injustice like a glove.
Good job. A worthy contender.
Wendyxxx

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barrycarver

Thank you so much...

The colors you both bring to my happiness transcend any early shades.

Thanks for that.

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hupomone

From being drawn and quartered in the eighteenth century to lynchings in the twentieth, progress was slow. We've come a long way since those days. This was a well-written, straight-forward narrative, Barry. And I like the ending - it gave us food for thought that transcends something so simple, and yet dramatic, as skin color. Every person we meet is a priceless anthology of skirmishes from unknown wars. We can't change... Show more

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Poetwriter2011

Barry,

You have written a very intense and touching book about war. I really like the way you pulled the story together along with its characters.

Excellent writing! :)

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barrycarver

Before setting it down here, I handed out "Victory" in my writing class. There was no time for my piece to be critiqued but, as I left the class, the teacher pulled me aside.

He asked where I'd come across this. Had the Jesuits kept many of these sorts of documents and were there any further writings of Brother Stamp to be had.

After an awkward moment of silence following my confession that I was his student - in a class on... Show more

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gooduklady

A well-researched piece of writing, spoken in the tone and dialect of the era. You bring the plight of the benighted slaves to light from the perspective of a white man very well. Good job.

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lazarus67

Well narrated. I could almost see and feel the horrors in having to live in those strenuous times.

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bluedragon

piece though I wondered what he had done to deserve such a fate. It seems that this slave was a little educated as denoted by the broken fingers not allowing him to write about his own demise. I cannot say I enjoyed it because of the sunject matter, but I liked the approach to the subject. Evelyn

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paulashene

an enigma albeit with a painful [I know] injury, while the two others served their purpose and received their rewards.

The first Night came to an awful but not unheard of end.

Good snapshot into this ongoing war that should not be.

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