James McBride “Song Yet Sung”

February 12th, 2008

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A runaway slave in pre-Civil War Maryland is caught, imprisoned, then escapes again in James McBride‘s novel “Song Yet Sung.” Liz Spocott has suffered a head injury which gives her the ability to see the future, which, in turn, eventually leaves her to doubt the promise of the underground railroad.

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We watch, too, as slavery stains everyone it touches, even those who are essentially good people.

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