Oroonoko: The Royal Slave
Oroonoko: This is a classic story about the horrors of slavery. It is about a Coromantien (Ghanaian) prince who, through his courage and integrity, acquires respect in his circle and even amongst the prisoners he takes in battle. The plot takes an unexpected turn when the white slave traders eventually take Oroonoko captive. Later he is sold into slavery in South America.
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