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Uncle Tom's Cabin

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  • Sales Rank:764,102
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:529
  • Publication Date:February 1, 1900
  • ASIN:B007DKQ44G

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Synopsis
No apology is necessary for placing a carefully-prepared
edition of" Uncle Tom's Cabin " in the hands of the young
people of America. The wonderful story, with its striking
characters, wealth of incident, and lofty tone of benevolence
and humanity, is as full of fascination to-day as in
the times for which it was written.
All the old friends are here Uncle Tom and Eva, Topsy
and Miss Ophelia, St. Clare and George Harris, Legree and
Tom Loker. Eliza's escape over the floating ice with her
child, the slave hunt in the swamp, the heroic stand of
the fugitives and their Quaker friends, the horrors of the
slave market all the incidents that the author has set in
such effective contrast are here to delight and instruct.
" Uncle Tom's Cabin " has been translated into almost
all the civilized languages of the world, and into some as
yet only half civilized ; yet it has never been in greater
demand than at the present time. Of it the poet Longfellow
wrote :
' "
It is one of the greatest triumphs recorded in literary
history, to say nothing of the higher triumph of its moral
effect."
The author's own words were:
" I could not control the story ; it wrote itself I
"

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