Published: 01/03/2007
ISBN: 9780954990916
Format: Paperback

"A balanced account of the strange mixture of cruelty and kindness he met in England."
Times Educational Supplement

"Stunning... I was amazed at Equiano's courage."
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Author Robert Hume Robert Hume lives in Broadstairs, Kent, and has taught in three Kent secondary schools. from 1988-2010 he was Head of History at Clarendon House Grammar School in Ramsgate. Robert... read more

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The Slave with the Loud Voice
by Robert Hume

Kidnapped from his African village when he was just a child, Equiano is taken as a slave to the West Indies where he experiences terrible abuse and suffering. Eventually, he manages to buy his freedom and reaches England, where he takes an active part in the campaign to end the slave trade.

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'A great learning aid for GCSE students' Emma Forge, age 18

'Thomas Crapper makes lively and informative reading, and is warmly recommended for readers in their early teens and onwards.'
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