the Life of olaudah Equiano
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I not only felt myself quite easy with these new
countrymen, but relished their society and manners.
I no longer looked upon them as spirits, but as men
superior to us; and therefore I had the stronger desire
to resemble them, to imbibe their spirit, and imitate
their manners. I therefore embraced every occasion
of improvement, and every new thing that I observed
I treasured up in my memory (72).
The Life of Olaudah Equiano