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Non-fictional works and fictions are brought together to discuss the far-fetched relations between the post-hurricane atmosphere and long gone days of slavery. The cultural memory in certain places contribute to the particularity of regional identity of blacks who equally had least experience of the oppression their slave ancestors have went over. The drifted corpses on the river, most of whom are anoymous individuals rarely being identified by the authority, are symbolic of the unidentified, dislocated self buried deeply in the black people, awating to be found for unknown reasons.

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