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Equiano : The Slave with the Loud Voice, and his Fight Against the Slave Trade [2007. Signed by the Author]

£9.99

Product description

Published in 2007 by Stone Publishing.

Written for young adults, this is the true and brutal story of Equiano who was captured and taken to the West Indies as a child slave in 1757, when aged about 12. Equiano was to eventually buy his own freedom in 1766; travelling to England where he became a prominent and active campaigner against slavery until his death in 1797.
Includes illustrations by Cheryl Ives.

This a first paperback edition signed by both the author, Robert Hume, and the illustrator, Cheryl Ives, on the title page.

In a nice clean condition throughout with very little sign of any wear. The illustrated paperback cover is covered with a plastic cover, and there is a barcode stuck to the front end paper; possible an ex-library book, although there are no other indications.

Item details

Added value:
Signed by the Author & Illustrator
Author(s):
Robert Hume
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
12.7 cm by 19.6 cm
Edition:
2007, First Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0954990919
ISBN-13:
9780954990916
Number of pages:
170
Publisher:
Stone Publishing
Title:
Equiano : The Slave with the Loud Voice, and his Fight Against the Slave Trade

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About this item

Published in 2007 by Stone Publishing.

Written for young adults, this is the true and brutal story of Equiano who was captured and taken to the West Indies as a child slave in 1757, when aged about 12. Equiano was to eventually buy his own freedom in 1766; travelling to England where he became a prominent and active campaigner against slavery until his death in 1797.
Includes illustrations by Cheryl Ives.

This a first paperback edition signed by both the author, Robert Hume, and the illustrator, Cheryl Ives, on the title page.

In a nice clean condition throughout with very little sign of any wear. The illustrated paperback cover is covered with a plastic cover, and there is a barcode stuck to the front end paper; possible an ex-library book, although there are no other indications.

Added value:
Signed by the Author & Illustrator
Author(s):
Robert Hume
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
12.7 cm by 19.6 cm
Edition:
2007, First Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0954990919
ISBN-13:
9780954990916
Number of pages:
170
Publisher:
Stone Publishing
Title:
Equiano : The Slave with the Loud Voice, and his Fight Against the Slave Trade

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