Oroonoko Extra Credit The extra credit assignment it to write an essay on any of the following prompts. An essay means you will have an introduction, body, and conclusion. ln the body, each paragraph should center around a piece of evidence (QUOffS1. Choose any one of the following prompts to write your essay over: – The narrator describes the native people in aroanako differently toward the end of the narrative compared to the way she describes them earlier. How might we account for this change? – Does the narrator (or does Behn) ultimately favor or disfavor colonialism? What evidence may be brought to bear on each side of the question? – How does Behn characterize the African prince in order to appeal to seventeenthcentury readers? Consider narration, imagery, comparisons, incidents, and other kinds of evidence and examples” – Describe the Coramantien culture, ls it more virtuous than European society? What standards of virtue can be relied upon to compare one culture with another? -Using Oroonoko’s character and speeches as a guide, how does he view the values of life and liberly, and what does he do when going after liberty might finally cost him his life? – Aphra Behn claims that this story is completely true and she has not embellished it in any way. Can this possibly be the case? Support with evidence from the text.