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Why do the Welldon sisters leave London, England, and relocate to Surinam, West Indies?

How was Oroonoko duped into becoming a slave? Who was behind this betrayal and how did Oroonoko react to this person's treachery?

Why does Oroonoko's father send his wife away? What does Oroonoko think happened to his wife and how do they reunite again?

How do Aboan and Imoinda convince Oroonoko to lead the slave revolt? Who betrays Oroonoko and reveals his plans to the Governor?

What character was Oroonoko's biggest supporter? How did this character display his respect and admiration for Oroonoko?

How does Charlotte handle her "marriage" to Mrs. Lackitt and what is Charlotte's real interest in the widow? How does another character help Charlotte deal with Mrs. Lackitt?

How do Oroonoko and Imoinda die? What one deed does Oroonoko complete before he dies?

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