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The Interesting Narrative of  the Life of Olaudah Equiano By Olaudah Equiano
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The Middle Passage Equiano is taken across the Atlantic Tells about the treatment of slaves and the  living conditions on the ship Slaves sold in Barbados Family and friends separated Quotes the golden rule, “Do unto all men  as you would men should do unto you.”
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A Free Man Equiano is sent to Philadelphia and bought  by Robert King Travels and sells good to gather enough to  buy his freedom Tricked by silversmith who was believed to  be rich Gathers enough money in Montserrat to  buy his freedom Expresses his joy of being free
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The treatment of slaves was  unnecessarily cruel “One day they had  taken a number of  fishes; and when they  had killed and satisfied  themselves with as  many as they thought  fit…they tossed the  remaining fish into the 
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2010 for the course E 34445 taught by Professor Christian during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas.

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