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Equiano

1. How does Equiano describe community life in his homeland? The customs, agriculture, warfare, slavery, etc.?

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2. What does he write about religion in Chapter 1? Why does he quote Paul at the end of the chapter?

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3. How does Equiano become a slave? How does he describe the Middle Passage (look this up) experience?

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4. What fears/concerns permeate Equino’s slave life? What role does religion play?

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5. Barlow’s “The Hasty Pudding” is a mock heroic poem. What characteristics illustrate this? Provide examples from the poem.

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6. Barlow is in France when he writes this poem. What images/emotions does he evoke? How, if at all, do these reflect an post-revolutionary American identity?

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7. Provide a brief study of the central characters of “The Contrast.” What does their characterization reflect about their value systems?

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8. Discuss the plot of the play. Considering the time period in which it was written, what culture’s values are rewarded and what culture’s values are rejected at the end? Why?

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