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‘The Pages of the Sea’: A Derek Walcott Sampler

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Whatever else we learned at school, like solemn Afro-Greeks eager for grades, of Helen and the shades of borrowed ancestors, there are no rites for those who have returned, only, when her looms fade, drilled in our skulls, the doom- surge-haunted nights, only this well-known passage

Author: SBolithoe

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