Sarah couldn’t have known she was standing at the crossroads of history. This fateful moment, this one decision, would be the focal point of everything to come after. It would be remembered in archives, taught in public schools, and debated among prestigious scholars for countless generations. "What was going through the mind of Sarah Stray?" a biographer would write in his memoires roughly two-centuries later. "Why did she do what she did? What was she trying to prove, and who was she trying to prove it to?" No one would ever really know but her. They would only know the action and the inseparable chain of events it would set in motion, the most amazing, precarious, and tragic journey of an individual in all of humankind.
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