• Volume 2 of The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African

  • By: Olaudah Equiano
  • Narrated by: Duncan Brownlehe
  • Length: 3 hrs and 21 mins
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Olaudah Equiano's autobiography is a slave narrative which attracted a wide readership. It reveals many aspects of life in the 18th century. The book also shows the many the perils of seafaring, describing incidents of near drownings, shipwrecks, and collisions.

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Very Insightful!!

Loved the history that I learned of his religion nd childhood before he became a slave. He said, his religion was very similar to the Jews than any other religion! Loved hearing his conversion story to Christianity. Very insightful regarding slavery and how things truly were. Amazing that this man was free and How Yah kept his life so many times. Sad that after converting to Christianity he was taught to not keep the laws and began worshiping on Sunday instead of Sabbath, but I'm glad he got Salvation. Very good reader. His voice is soothing and very fitting. It sounded like it was the author himself reading.