• Chapter One:
• Vassa describes his country of origin and the customs of his people.
• Vassa also speculates that his people may have originated from the same ancestors as the Jews and provides support from a few authors on that subject.
• Chapter Two: Vassa talks about the kidnapping of himself and his sister and of their travel afterward.
• Vassa describes the various places to which he was taken before finally arriving in the West Indies.
• Vassa talks about the horrific conditions aboard the slave ship and his frightening arrival in Barbados.
• Chapter Three:
• Vassa is taken to Virginia and discusses his surprise at seeing a number of modern items, such as a watch.
• After being bought by Captain Pascal, Vassa sails for England.
• Vassa spends some time fighting on Pascal's war ship.
• Chapter Four:
• Vassa converts to Christianity and is baptized.
• Vassa returns to England and expects...
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