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Hi, has anyone here read the book Equiano's Travels?

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  1. cupecakeaak98
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    yes but not all of it..

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  2. cupecakeaak98
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    idk if i can still help you

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  3. eli123
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    yes please @cupecakeaak98

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    I have to write an essay based of his identity

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  5. eli123
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    so far i have four main points that i wanna discuss. Culture, religion, knowledge and appearance

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  6. cupecakeaak98
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    well I would talk about how when he was little his sister and him were kiddnapped and made in to slaves. then i forgot he converted to christianty right? if so just talk about when he converted

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  7. cupecakeaak98
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    i haven't read that book in forever.. what do you mean by knowledge?

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  8. eli123
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    didnt his master teach him how to read and write?

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    @cupecakeaak98

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  10. cupecakeaak98
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    I thought he was educated by michael pascal's sister in London.

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    he was? so that happens after he buys his freedom?

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    when he is a slave, he is invisible and has no identity blah blah and then he buys his freedom and starts working with people that teach him how to read the bible and dress nice?

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  13. cupecakeaak98
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    I think other than becoming an author.. he settled down in britian and married savvannha .

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  14. cupecakeaak98
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    and i guess everyone started to treat him a little better? again i never finshed the book

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  15. eli123
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    oh ok thank you for the help :)

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  16. cupecakeaak98
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    i hope i did and I hope you do well on your essay

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    i hope so too haha

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