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Harrison's play 'Stolen' illustrates the disastrous consequences of severing the spiritual and biological links between a mother and child. The play explores the tragedies of the stolen children and the effects of what may happen to the child's psychological mind and physical appearance when being separated between mother and child. The suffering and loss of identity also has a huge impact on a child. The inability to distinguish who you are and to be unable to feel a sense of place and belonging can be as heartbreaking as being told of your mother's death. All of the characters suffer in…
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