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Ornooko

Behn's Ornooko

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How does the narrator feel about native inhabitants of Surinam? We have to respect them because English are outnumbered - HAVE Natives provide the English with goods English would not survive without them *In the beginning she spoke highly of them: admirable, beautiful, (wrong color though), - HARMFUL TO THINK SAME
How does the narrator feel about slaves in general? Who she cared about was Ornooko: feels bad for him because he's not supposed to be there People admire that he is a prince - royal
Not Anti-Slavery - Narrator only feels bad because Ornooko is royal, not because he is human - Ornooko himself doesn't feel remorse for selling slaves
Anti-Slavery - Even if she didn't mean it, it's a positive portrayal of Africans Female Author/Narrator: more soft hearted? but rational? BUT she got the message across and got people thinking: she seems like an airhead in writing yet she was brilliant: intentional?
Created by: MelittaMarkey