[PDF / Epub] ☁ The Slave Factory By Julian Darius – Marjoriejane.co.uk


10 thoughts on “The Slave Factory

  1. says:

    what a wonderful book Really opens your eyes to things


  2. says:

    Didn t think I d like this because I don t like preachy stuff and this is about the slave trade But the writing pulled me in A complex, literary story that pays off in the end.


  3. says:

    This book is dramatically centered on the highly ambivalent character known as Father Flanagan, who is in charge of an African slave factory during the 19th century I found this a chilling tale, yet at the same time it was quite moving view spoiler I note that no reviews mention the GLBT element even as a hidden spoiler, yet it was this aspect that will make me remember this ...


  4. says:

    I will never cease to be surprised and horrified by the capacity for human cruelty The Slave Factory is a short, yet brutal look at Porto de Maria, a slave factory It is mostly told through the eyes of Bowlu, a man who was captured, sold into slavery, and take...


  5. says:

    The human condition is the inescapable features of being human But what makes us human Is it the capacity for compassion, or the ability to lack it I ve always believed that apathy is a shameful anesthetic Indifference is dangerous.Yet, I cautiously admit that endless reportage of atrocities throughout the world, past and present, can be so overwhelming to acknowledge sometimes, because there is just SO MUCH distress a person can absorb there is only so many times you can be horrifi...


  6. says:

    Original review posted on book follows the activities of a slave factory in Africa at the decline on of the slave trade It follows several main people, Father Finnigan who lives at the Slave Factory, Bowlu, a slave, and Captain Stephenson, who operates a slaver There are two stories running side by side, the first...


  7. says:

    Once I first started reading this novella, I was a bit annoyed to rehash such a painful portion of my history, but as I perservered and continued on I realized it was necessary Never should we as Black and African people forget the sufferings of our ancestores just to exist as human beings The commodity of black women being nothingthan dumping grounds for every horny male within the boundaries of her existence,of course still annoys the he l l out of me even now the Black woman is objec Once I first started reading this novella, I was a bit annoyed to rehash such a painful portion of my history, but as I perservered and continued on I realized it was necessary Never should we as Black and African people forget the sufferings of our ancestores just to exist as human beings The commodity of black women being nothingthan dumping grounds for every horny male within the boundaries of her existence,of course still annoys the he l l out of me even now the Black woman is objectified as nothingthan s e x on a platter I felt slightly bad for Bowlu, being betrayed by ...


  8. says:

    I first read this on Kindle and then bought it in print for my bookshelf It s short but thought provoking.


  9. says:

    Julian Darius provides a glimpse, from several perspectives, as to what life may have been like at a slave factory on the African Coast We are witness to, in meticulous detail, the brutality and horrendous conditions endured by the slaves We are also able to peer into the thoughts and conflicting feelings of the once free and now captured slave who develops a bond with one of his captors The motives of the slave traders, head of the slave factory, local priest and ship captain are also explor Julian Darius provides a glimpse, from several ...


  10. says:

    This was a first read giveaway, for being a fictional book I felt like it did have facts in it that displayed what the African people suffered through at the hands of the white man and their people.I enjoy reading civil war history and that is what attracted m...


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The Slave Factory summary pdf The Slave Factory , summary chapter 2 The Slave Factory , sparknotes The Slave Factory , The Slave Factory 75791b3 The Slave Factory.Epub Slave Factories, A Crucial But Largely Forgotten Part Of The Slave Trade, Were Bases On The African Coast That Existed To Buy Slaves And Resell Them To Slaving Ships They Were Places Of Notorious Suffering And Exploitation, Detested By Both The Natives And By White Slavers.This Story, In 12 Brief Chapters, Focuses On The Intersection Of Lives At One Slave Factory, Porto De Maria Diego, Its Boss, Is Jaded Matthew, Its Resident Priest, Has A Terrible Secret That Drove Him To Africa Bowlu, His Slave, Struggles To Find Recompense For What He S Lost William, The Ageing Captain Of A Visiting Slaving Ship, Commands A Divided Crew, Worries About Interdiction At Sea, And Has Come To Porto De Maria To Determine His Future When These Lives Cross On The Eve Of The American Civil War, None Of Them Will Remain The Same.From Martian Lit More Info At

  • Paperback
  • 60 pages
  • The Slave Factory
  • Julian Darius
  • English
  • 20 August 2017
  • 146995673X

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