Objects & Places from Oroonoko: An Authoritative Text, Historical Backgrounds, Criticism

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London, England - This location is the hometown of the Welldon sisters.

Surinam - This is the region to which the Weldon sisters relocate in an attempt to find husbands and where the entire play takes place.

West Indies - The English colony, where the entire play takes place, is located in this larger geographical region.

South America - The main setting of the play is located on the northeastern side of this continent.

Slave Ship - The slaves from Africa arrive on these.

Plantations - The wealthy residents in the play own these large pieces of land.

Citron Grove - This is where Oroonoko, Aboan and the other slaves meet to wage their revolt against the slave owners.

The Governor's House - This is where Blanford and the others confront the governor. They want to take Imoinda and return her to Oroonoko.

Parham House - The...

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