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An edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin (1850)

Tang mu shu shu de xiao wu

Uncle Tom's cabin

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An edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin (1850)

Tang mu shu shu de xiao wu

Uncle Tom's cabin

Di 1 ban.
  • 4.29 ·
  • 14 Ratings
  • 165 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading
  • 22 Have read
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281

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This unforgettable novel tells the story of Tom, a devoutly Christian slave who chooses not to escape bondage for fear of embarrassing his master. However, he is soon sold to a slave trader and sent down the Mississippi, where he must endure brutal treatment. This is a powerful tale of the extreme cruelties of slavery, as well as the price of loyalty and morality. When first published, it helped to solidify the anti-slavery sentiments of the North, and it remains today as the book that helped move a nation to civil war.

"So this is the little lady who made this big war." Abraham Lincoln's legendary comment upon meeting Mrs. Stowe has been seriously questioned, but few will deny that this work fed the passions and prejudices of countless numbers. If it did not "make" the Civil Warm, it flamed the embers. That Uncle Tom's Cabin is far more than an outdated work of propaganda confounds literary criticism. The novel's overwhelming power and persuasion have outlived even the most severe of critics. As Professor John William Ward of Amherst College points out in his incisive Afterword, the dilemma posed by Mrs. Stowe is no less relevant today than it was in 1852: What is it to be "a moral human being"? Can such a person live in society -- any society? Commenting on the timeless significance of the book, Professor Ward writes: "Uncle Tom's Cabin is about slavery, but it is about slavery because the fatal weakness of the slave's condition is the extreme manifestation of the sickness of the general society, a society breaking up into discrete, atomistic individuals where human beings, white or black, can find no secure relation one with another. Mrs. Stowe was more radical than even those in the South who hated her could see. Uncle Tom's Cabin suggests no less than the simple and terrible possibility that society has no place in it for love." - Back cover.

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Uncle Tom's Cabin
2017, Arcturus
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Tang mu shu shu de xiao wu: Uncle Tom's cabin
2016, Mei tan gong ye chu ban she
Zhuan zhu / in Chinese - Di 1 ban.
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Tang mu shu shu de xiao wu
2014, Zhang jiang shao nian er tong chu ban she
Zhuan zhu. in Chinese - Di 1 ban.
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Uncle Tom's Cabin: A Library of America Paperback Classic
2010-07, Library of America
paperback in English
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Uncle Tom's Cabin
2006-01-13, Project Gutenberg
in English
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Setä Tuomon tupa
2005-07-30, Project Gutenberg
in Finnish
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Uncle Tom's Cabin
1966-06, Washington Square Press
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Uncle Tom's Cabin
1963, Washington Square Press
in English
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Uncle Tom's Cabin
1888, Houghton, Mifflin and Company
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Uncle Tom's Cabin
1852, Thomas Nelson and Sons
in English
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Uncle Tom's Cabin
19xx?, International Collectors Library
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Uncle Tom's Cabin
19xx?, P. R. Gawthorn Ltd.
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Beijing

Edition Notes

Shi jie wen xue ming zhu quan yi ben 033.

Bing lie ti ming:Uncle Tom's cabin.

Other Titles
Uncle Tom's cabin

The Physical Object

Format
Zhuan zhu /
Pagination
281 p.
Number of pages
281

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL38573468M
Internet Archive
tangmushushudexi0000situ_j3i9
ISBN 10
750205054X
ISBN 13
9787502050542
OCLC/WorldCat
1020331282

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