The Interesting Narrative and Other Writings - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary and Analysis

Once in Martinico, Equiano makes it his mission to get back to Montserrat, in time to say goodbye to his former master King and set sail for London. He is delayed when his current captain refuses to give him money Equiano let him borrow, and so Equiano (having no legal recourse, as a black man) must crew with the captain on several more journeys, pestering him to give back the money, until the captain finally does so. After a couple stops, Equiano lands in Montserrat.

Equiano relates the fate of the Nancy sloop to King. It turns out King has had his own misfortune; his house has been flooded and washed away. Though King wants Equiano to stay, Equiano is resolute, and King bids him farewell, even writing him a letter to attest to Equiano's good character.

After seven weeks, Equiano...

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