The Interesting Narrative and Other Writings Topics for Discussion

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According to the Interesting Narrative, what challenges does a free black man face in Equiano's time?

How does the debate between free will and determinism find its way into the Interesting Narrative?

What causes Equiano to seek religion? What prompts his eventual conversion to Protestantism?

What arguments does Equiano make for the abolition of slavery?

Equiano frequently mentions that "primitive" people like the Turks or the Musquito Coast Indians are more Christian than most white men he has encountered. What does he mean by this declaration? What is it to be Christian to Equiano?

What does Equiano find admirable about the Quakers?

What reasons does Equiano offer for telling his story in the first place? Why does Equiano believe his accounts are valuable?

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