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Uncle Tom's Cabin (Audio Book and Printable PDF on CD-Rom)

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From the time of its publication to the present, Uncle Tom's Cabin has been controversial. Its earliest critics declared it to be a completely inaccurate picture of slavery, and labeled Mrs. Stowe with a variety of insulting epithets. Mrs. Stowe successfully defended herself... Read More

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From the time of its publication to the present, Uncle Tom's Cabin has been controversial. Its earliest critics declared it to be a completely inaccurate picture of slavery, and labeled Mrs. Stowe with a variety of insulting epithets. Mrs. Stowe successfully defended herself against these charges, and modern historians have mostly laid to rest the accuracy debate and agree that Uncle Tom's Cabin gives the reader a fairly reliable portrait of life under slavery in the American South. Since the novel still raises questions about racism, readers must determine for themselves the validity of that accusation. In any case, Harriet Beecher Stowe vividly demonstrates the feelings of American reformers of her day on the question of slavery, and the modern reader will gain an understanding of some of the details of the slavery debate prior to the Civil War. Interactive CD-Rom.
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  • UPC: 9780848112073
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