Tag: Targo

Slaver


  • “You are illiterate.”

    “You are illiterate.”“Yes.”“Are you not forgetting something in your responses?“ he asked.“Forgive me, Master,” she said.“Not all men are as forgiving, as understanding, as patient, as long-suffering, as kind, as Targo the […]

  • Inge then knelt before Targo.

    Inge then knelt before Targo. “I am of the scribes,” she said, “of high caste. Do not permit this to be done to me!” “Your ears will be pierced,” said […]

  • I crossed my wrists beneath me and touched my head to the floor

    I went to Targo, trembling, and knelt at his feet, my head to the boards of the floor. “May a slave speak?” I asked. “Yes,” he said. But I could […]

  • We remained six full days in Targo’s rented compound outside of Laura

    We remained six full days in Targo’s rented compound outside of Laura. On five of these days, in the morning, I was taken with four other girls into Laura, leashed […]

  • Targo sold two girls that afternoon

    Targo sold two girls that afternoon. I saw moneys exchange hands. I saw the ninth girl released from the chain. I saw her kneeling before her buyer, back on her […]

  • Targo sold two girls, and, with some extra gold

    Targo sold two girls, and, with some extra gold, purchased two wagons and two teams of bosk, as well as supplies of water and food. He also purchased certain articles […]

  • The camisk is a rectangle of cloth

    The camisk is a rectangle of cloth, with a hole cut for the head, rather like a poncho. The edges are commonly folded and stitched to prevent raveling. Under Targo’s […]

  • “Do you know the call?” he asked.

    “Do you know the call?” he asked.“‘Buy me, Master!’?” she said.“Yes,” he said. “Now, when a man approaches, I want you to kneel as you are, though perhaps with your […]

  • “Forgive me, Master,” said Ellen.

    “Forgive me, Master,” said Ellen.“You spend more time asking for forgiveness than you do in obeying,” said Targo.“Forgive me, Master,” said Ellen. She then wished she had not said that. […]

  • “You should have worked on both the father and the son,” said Targo

    “You should have worked on both the father and the son,” said Targo. “It is not unusual for fathers to buy gifts for their sons which they themselves like, or […]


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