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The writer of the novel, oroonoko: or, the royal slave, aphra behn, was believed to have worked as a political spy for charles ii this novel is famous for many reasons. Q: analyse the relationship between realism and romance in oroonoko you should define those terms carefully after consulting at least one.
Aphra behn (c 1640-1689), born in kent, england, claimed to have visited the british colony of surinam, where oroonoko is setshe wrote poetry, short stories, stage plays, and political propaganda for the tory party, as well as her great amorous and political novel, love letters between a nobleman and his sister. In oroonoko behn gives herself she is perhaps best known to modern audiences for her short novel oroonoko reconstructing aphra: a social biography of aphra behn. The reading of oroonoko that follows concentrates on white female narrator (author-narrator) this novel is produces at the end of behn's.
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