Bara Cailín 5: 39 ‘churning crowds and bloated cadavers’

Whilst crowds of slaves set about removing the walls of the College thousands of other slaves filled Front Square and proceeded to remove the cobblestones and decorative borders. As you can imagine, such massive acts of cultural vandalism forced a new chaos to settle heavily on all proceedings and the already flooded parts of Trinity College came to resemble a hellish estuary as stinking mud, churning crowds and bloated cadavers now began to hinder the progress of Terminal Transit.

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