The History of Mary Prince


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(4.7 stars; 31 reviews)

Mary Prince was born into slavery in the West Indies. As a free woman in England she wrote her memoirs, which sold well and supported and publicised the anti-slavery movement.

NB This book contains racial vocabulary and refers to physical and sexual abuse that some listeners may find offensive or distressing. (Newgatenovelist) (2 hr 38 min)

Chapters

Preface 4:06 Read by Newgatenovelist
The History of Mary Prince, Pt 1 19:27 Read by Newgatenovelist
The History of Mary Prince, Pt 2 24:12 Read by Newgatenovelist
The History of Mary Prince, Pt 3 19:59 Read by Newgatenovelist
The History of Mary Prince, Pt 4 20:04 Read by Newgatenovelist
Supplement to the History of Mary Prince, Pt 1 14:52 Read by Newgatenovelist
Supplement to the History of Mary Prince, Pt 2 13:23 Read by Newgatenovelist
Supplement to the History of Mary Prince, Pt 3 13:27 Read by Newgatenovelist
Supplement to the History of Mary Prince, Pt 4 17:21 Read by Newgatenovelist
Narrative of Louis Asa-Asa 11:31 Read by Newgatenovelist

Reviews


(5 stars)

what an informative story, I am glad that in the century I am now to hear it, and wish a past like that never happened, to realise as a black person, that their past made us what we are and what as there is God will not happen again. Their past is makes as live today, we should never forget what they had to go through to make us live.

wow


(5 stars)

it still amazes me the think about how people could enslave other people and treat them in the ways they did the story the story truly shows the cruel side of slavery it was read very well and very articulate and I gave it 5 stars I'm actually going to have my thirteen-year-old listen to this story I think all high school students should


(5 stars)

very intense. the reader is great! 5 star!