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She performed the services of a seamstress and maid to the Mistress. Because of her fragile beauty, honesty and chastity. She seemed to Francisco a worthy companion to alleviate his sufferings as a slave. He asked his mistress the necessary permission to marry and she refused to give it, alleging a multitude of reasons. But secretly and without hope, for two years they continued to adore each other, till the natural fruit of their love revealed the slaves’ disobedience. The noble Havana lady, accustomed to being obeyed by her servants, refused to hear the lovers’ pleas, and determined to punish their offense. She Radio Onlineigned Francisco the punishment we have witnessed, and the Mulata she sent to the house of a French woman as a laundress. Francisco and Dorotea respond to the romantic frame that the author Radio Onlineigns to them. But the real condition of love in slavery was different. Online Radio Australiaual love between slaves was limited by the disparity in number between the Online Radio Australiaes. The few female slaves of the sugar mill were utilized for the enjoyment of the White laborers, or paired with other slaves for reproduction purposes. The pregnant slave was obligated to produce her quota of labor a thousand pounds of cut cane daily until her th month of gestation. And the same as the men, she was not exempt from punishment. The infant mortality in the sugar mills, being close to percent, made it impossible to augment the work force by way of natural reproduction of its Black women. Also, the slaves’ repulsion to have children in the same conditions of exploitation that they were in made them try to avoid getting pregnant. All the normal human sentiments were forbidden to the Negro in slavery conditions. The rigor of work that he was not accustomed to, the ferocity of the overseer and the hatred of Ricardo, youngster who he had grown up and played with in other times, running around, fishing and playing in the batey prostrated Francisco during his weeks in the infirmary, but he eventually felt better. When he left, he walked to where the gatekeeper lived, the only person in the sugar mill who had shown him some affection, and who understood his feelings. What are you doing, cimarron? Here comes a chicken. Here you are talking with the Marquis while the horses are trampling all the new plantings in the field. And do you belong here, motherOnline Radio Australiaer? Yes. mRadio Onlinea, I’m going. And speaking of something, who let the filly loose from the paddock? Not I, mRadio Onlinea. You shut up! Here you are talking to this one while the Negroes are cutting the cane. I was ill, sir You shut up, shut up! Come here! So you were sick, huh? Well, I’m going to give you a remedy, No, mRadio Onlinea, no Online Radio Australia now that we’re cooking the cane juice. Hail Mary Full of grace The Lord is with you That’s ok Online Radio Australia And blessed art thou amongst all the women Forgive me for interrupting you, Nińo Did you give this slave permission to stroll through the forest? No, I didn’t. Well, that’s where I found him, sitting down like a Marquis, talking to the gatekeeper. Why wasn’t he working? So, you didn’t know? His highness had a fainting spell while cutting cane, and the doctor has gotten into his head that he has to be purged every week. I think that that little doctor wants to cram everyone into the infimary, but then it won’t be my fault if we don’t finish the cutting by the time the rains start in August. Do you think he is well and healthy, Mayoral? If he has strength to loose the mares from the paddock, then he has it to cut the cane, no? Oh, but are you telling me he did that? No, no, no, then put the irons on him and throw him into the cane field. And listen, I want him to work from morning till midnight. The circumstance of his being Black and a slave kindled a burning hatred in Ricardo’s breast against Francisco. It was because they loved the same person, only that the pRadio Onlineion of the slave was candid and tender, while the owner, more accustomed to violence and sadistic games, chose to revenge himself, something that was not possible to him in Havana. Just think how happy he was to see Francisco arrive at the sugar mill. Go, go, titsucker, go! Let’s go! When I talked myself into the job of overseer of a mill in ‘, people told me that I was nuts, that the Negroes there were rebellious. That they had killed the Mayoral, and I don’t what else Online Radio Australia But did I get scared? I took the dogs, a musket and a huge orange branch inches in diameter, and I went to work on the little niggers. When I finished, they behaved like tame fawns. It’s your way, Antonio. When there is trouble, they chicken out. And how they do turn chicken! Look, I got there and I Radio Onlineembled all the Negroes. In the early morning I dealt with At I whipped six, at noon five, and in the evening a Black one got saucy and his head went into a vice. But that year I made a thousand boxes. And the next one . And the one after that . And how they loved me, the bosses. How they loved me! And they would say, “Don Antonio” and just melt. What’s happening with my little niggers, that they quiet down when I show up? Didn’t you like that I come? Naa let’s see. Let’s see you play the drums. To screech again. Screech again. I want to listen to music, music! And see who’s here a nigger in irons? Come here, cocksucker. Gentlemen, this little nigger is going to dance a minuet. I don’t know how to dance a minuet. Why not? Do you need the violins and the clarinets? Well, then, you’re going to dance to the drums. Let’s see, play the music, play! Come dance, dance! Everybody dance! Turn around, turn around. Come on, laugh, everyone laugh! That way, that way. Don’t knock her down, don’t knock her down. Let’s see you lift the handkerchief. Not with your hands, with your mouth, with your mouth. Let’s see if you can also do it to a hat. Kiss her, kiss her on the mouth. On the mouth, on the mouth. Yes, yes, well, this is over with, it’s finished! Christmas arrived, and the Dońa Mendizábal visited the sugar mill to spend the festivities with her son, Ricardo.