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Roald Dahl, Roma-Baiter
"Those caravans were our houses and homes—at six square metres each, the only safe places when schools, churches, police and entire towns attacked us. The were beautiful because it’s easier to stay sane when your only refuge looks nice. They weren’t built so the people who took our children away could turn our houses into garden ornaments, letting their kids play in them and crayoning on the walls. Danny’s vardo is romantic because the people who it belonged to have been turfed out. When gorjer children play in our wagons, they’re magical: when it was our kids, they got set on fire."
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