Ottobah Cugoano

Standard Name: Cugoano, Ottobah


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Friends, Associates Olaudah Equiano
After settling in London in 1777, OE became well acquainted with members of the anti-slavery movement and other reformers, including another Black author, Quobna Ottobah Cugoano , and the reformer Thomas Hardy . He met...
Publishing Olaudah Equiano
Equiano was already a well-known figure in the abolitionist movement in Britain when his book appeared. He had issued Proposals for his subscription in November 1788 (the same month that George III fell ill, probably...
Textual Production Charlotte Nooth
His De la littérature des Nègres in its original form reflects internationalism, anglophilia, and perhaps even proto-feminism. The title-page quotes Mary Robinson . The roll of honour of white activists for abolition and racial equality...


1787: Ottobah Cugoano published Thoughts and Sentiments...

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Ottobah Cugoano published Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evil and Wicked Traffic of the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species.


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