Equiano - Thomas Clarkson 1760-1846 Wedgwood antislavery...

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The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano Or Gustavus Vassa, the African Written by Himself (1789)
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Olaudah Equiano Or, Gustavus Vassa
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Introduction Equiano’s Narrative helped to pioneer genre of slave narrative Very popular Nine English editions in five years; translated into French, Dutch, Russian Famous description of Middle Passage Equiano’s first-person account of slavery and freedom Key to British anti-slavery movement
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Famous Abolitionist Images
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Unformatted text preview: Thomas Clarkson, 1760-1846 Wedgwood antislavery medallion, ca. 1787 Discussion Questions 1. Compare and contrast African and European cultures, as described by Equiano (daily life, economy, religion, slavery, gender roles, etc.) 1. How does slavery influence Equiano’s attitudes toward Christianity? 1. What do you think about historical evidence that Equiano was born in South Carolina? Does it change your feelings about the story?...
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