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Harriet Tyce

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“We don't need drink to be pleasant”
Harriet Tyce, Blood Orange

“Thoughts creep in of time earlier than that, a darker night some months before, the old barrister who thought that young female pupils were his for the taking, his for the groping. I had to struggle hard, kick him harder still before I was able to break free. I stop at the place where it happened, to the left of the stairs, wiping my hands down my skirt. Nearly two decades ago but still fresh in my mind.”
Harriet Tyce, The Lies You Told

“Nice, middle-class, white men like you. They’ll look at you and decide they don’t want to destroy your life. Maybe you did do it, but they won’t care about that. We both know that Freya wasn’t a great witness, and even if she’d been brilliant, they still don’t like convicting when there’s no other evidence.”
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