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This book claims to be fact, but may be loosely based on various figures. It is also completely unrelated to Abolitionism because it was written long before slavery was questioned. It is more didactic in a sense of honour, anti-violence, and honesty. Yes, reads more like a Greek adventure. It is an important work, as a precursor to the modern novel, but although it is a slave narrative, not as an anti-slavery piece.
11/20/2013
Andrea Faye Christians - An Unexpected Time Travel Tale
FEATURED AUTHOR - Andrea Faye Christians was born and raised in Swansea, South Wales. Following a successful career in British radio including the BBC, she moved to the southern Mediterranean island of Malta to pursue her dream of becoming a freelance writer. A decade later she bought a farm in the Madonie mountains of Sicily where a menagerie of rescue animals found their way to her. With a son in Malta and a daughter in Sicily, Andrea has a home and her heart in both places, and she now divides her time… Read more