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‘Yellow Wife’ takes a hard look at choices faced by enslaved mothers

In “Yellow Wife,” Sadeqa Johnson paints a world of rich details of the antebellum South. The story is told through the eyes of Pheby Brown, a biracial girl born to an enslaved mother and a white plantation owner. 

Because of her status, Pheby was sheltered as a

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