Oroonoko as a sympathetic figure

how to view Oroonoko as as sympathetic figure

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I think that Behan’s novel is a paradox of sorts. Even though Oroonoko had slaves himself, he is portrayed as a sympathetic character under imperial slavery. There is a sense of pride and nobility that he maintains throughout the story as he suffers untold abuses.