Allison, Robert J.; Equiano, Olaudah
The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano (Bedford Series in History and Culture)
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
New York, New York, U.S.A.
0312111274 / 9780312111274
; Wraps; 222 pages with index; Black & white map and illustration; Textblock is tight and bright with light pencil marginalia; Unfaded blue and white pictorial cover with no tears, no creasing to the spine and modest shelf and edge wear; . (Each book in this series contains an important historical document, with each document serving as a witness from the past. This is the story of an ordinary man who lived an extraordinary life and who witnessed some great events of past history such as: battles in the Seven Years' War, the religious revival in Europe and America, opening scenes of the American Revolution, an expedition to the Arctic and much more. He knew many great figures of the eighteenth century, as well as men and women whose names are lost to history. He wrote of the African slave trade, the work of slaves in the West Indies and America, and about the currents of trade between Africa, America, Asia and Europe. Equiano also tells the stories of countless other who were not able to speak or share parts of their lives with the world.)
BIOGRAPHY AUTOBIOGRAPHY THE INTERESTING NARRATIVE OF LIFE OLAUDAH EQUIANO EQUIANO_OLAUDAH SLAVERY SLAVE TRADE RELIGIOUS HISTORY AMERICAN EUROPEAN AFRICAN-AMERICA AFRO-AMERICAN