Olaudah Equiano

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Olaudah Equiano.
Lamina caerulea ad Riding House Street Londinii locum ubi Equiano vixit et narrationem protulit monstrat.

Olaudah Equiano (c. 1745—31 Martii 1797[1]), vivus Gustavus Vassa appellatus,[2] fuit prominens Africanus Londiniensis, qui explorator, scriptor, mercator, libertus, et abolitionista motui Britannico servitutis abolendae in Britanniarum Regno favit. Eius autobiographia, The Interesting Narrative, anno 1789 edita, quae animos hominum ad se late convertit, magni momenti aestimabatur ob Actum Commercii Servorum 1807 perlatum, qui commercium servorum Africanorum in Britannia et eius coloniis prohibuit.

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  • Green, James. 1995. The Publishing History of Olaudah Equiano's Interesting Narrative. Slavery and Abolition 16(3):362–375.
  • Lovejoy, Paul E. 2006. Autobiography and Memory: Gustavus Vassa, alias Olaudah Equiano, the African. Slavery and Abolition 27(3):317–347.
  • Ogude, S. E. 1982. Facts into fiction: Equiano's narrative reconsidered. Research into African Literatures 13(1).
  • Ogude, S. E. 1984. Olaudah Equiano and the tradition of Defoe. African Literature Today 14.
  • Walvin, James. 1998. An African's Life: The Life and Times of Olaudah Equiano, 1745–1797. Londinii et Novi Eboraci: Cassell. ISBN 0304702145.

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