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The Slough of Prejudice

“The spell and the impact which the personality and the views of [H.M.] cost and made on me must have been enchanting and profound. It was some twenty years later that I was able to wade out of the slough of prejudice with which I had been indoctrinated …, and …

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Once a slave in Syria! (2)

Knowest thou that I was once a slave in Syria? (2) Some months ago, I learnt the story of ìdá in the Yoruba mythology of West Africa. He was a slave. He was such a fine young man that his master could not help but see beyond the slave. He saw …

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