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But her Sappho, molded after Sara herself, chooses to put an end to life, not dramatically diving from a cliff in front of other people like the ancient Greek poetess, but in solitude so as to prevent anyone from questioning or stopping her deed: "Am I that Sappho who would run at dusk/Along the surges creeping up the shore/When tides came in to ease the hungry beach,/And running, running, till the night was black,/Would fall forespent upon the chilly sand/And quiver with the winds from off the sea?