What does Equiano think about slavery
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What part of slavery does Equiano really want people to understand?
In the end he says, "Hitherto I had thought slavery only dreadful, but the state of a free negro appeared to me now equally so, and in some respects even worse, for they live in constant alarm for their liberty . . .a mockery of freedom." 779
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