Early life<br />Olaudah and his sister were kidnapped at the age of eleven. Where he saw the first white man for the first time<br />Had to experience the Middle Passage on a slave ship.<br />Learned to read and write<br />
Writings<br />His Biography called, The Interesting Narrative of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavas Vassa, The African.<br />
Place in The Enlightenment<br />The two most enlightenment aspects he was enlightened in were Personal Freedom and Religious Tolerance<br />He wanted to purchase his freedom from being a slave and wanted to abolish slavery.<br />Olaudah says a key moment of his life was being baptized into Christianity. Where he devoted himself to be a missionary.<br />
Most Interesting Fact<br />It was ironic that he traded slaves when he once was one and the same thing happened to him.<br />
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