Uncle Tom's Cabin: Or, Life Among the Lowly
Easily the most controversial antislavery novel written in antebellum America, and one of the best-selling books of the nineteenth century, Uncle Tom's Cabin is often credited with intensifying the sectional conflict that led to the Civil War. In his introduction, David Bromwich places Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel in its Victorian contexts and reminds us why it is an enduring work of literary and moral imagination.
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Everyone should read this bookUser Review - MadrasVier - Christianbook.com
It makes me sad and somewhat frustrated when you hear black people call other blacks "Uncle Tom" when most of those who are accusing others have never read the book. Uncle Tom's Cabin, although ... Read full review
Review: Uncle Tom's CabinUser Review - Zanetta - Goodreads
It took me a long time....a VERY long time to build courage enough to tackle this book. Like most Americans, I'd grown up hearing its allusions; however, I just couldnt bring myself to read it. I was ... Read full review