In these excerpts, how is Cugoano’s approach similar to Sancho’s approach? Like Sancho, Cugoano demonstrates that he had a difficult beginning as an enslaved person, but then prevailed through luck and perseverance. Like Sancho, Cugoano does not emphasize the horrors of his experiences as an enslaved person, but focuses on his good fortune instead. Like Sancho, Cugoano is thankful to find himself currently in the service of a noble and gracious English family. Like Sancho, Cugoano presents himself as a humble man who is thankful for all of his good fortune and reluctant to make changes.

THIS USER ASKED 👇 In these excerpts, how is Cugoano’s approach similar to Sancho’s approach? Like Sancho, Cugoano demonstrates that he had a difficult...