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The highest law for us is to live for one another.
To leave a place, you'd best leave everything behind; all your possessions, including memory. Traveling's not as easy as it's made out to be.
They say the people could fly. Say that long ago in Africa, some of the people knew magic. And they would walk up on the air like climbing up on a gate. And they flew like blackbirds over the fields.
You always feel you are not deserving. People who are successful at what they do know what kind of work goes with it, so they are surprised at the praise.
He heard sound coming. Rain, like hundreds of mice running through corn.
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The lash may force men to physical labor, it cannot force them to spiritual creativity.
March 12, 1934
February 19, 2002
Virginia Esther Hamilton was a multi-award winning African-American children's books author. She wrote 41 books, including M. C. Higgins, the Great, for which she won the U.S.
The People Could Fly (1985)
The House of Dies Drear (1968)
M. C. Higgins, the Great (1974)
Her stories (1995)
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