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The anti-slavery trope used in this piece is, Separation of Family; mother from child. This poem speaks of how slavery separated mothers from children and husbands from wives. How people were forced to give up there children. This quote speaks of a mother who was forced to give up a child due to slavery...
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He is not hers because slavery took her child away. She says that even though the child has her blood, slavery took away the right for him to be her child.
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