Synopses & Reviews
'The iconic abolitionist novel-in a striking new package
By exposing the extreme cruelties of slavery, Harriet Beecher Stowe explores society\'s failures and asks: \"What is it to be a moral human being?\" This is a powerful, triumphant work that is an essential part of the collective experience of the American people.'
Arguably the most influential novel in American history, Uncle Tom's Cabin fanned the embers of the struggle between free states and slave states into the fire of the Civil War-and is as powerful and relevant today as when it was first published a century and a half ago.
By exposing the extreme cruelties of slavery, this timeless and moving novel inflamed the passions and prejudices of thousands, fanning the embers of the struggle between free and slave states into the fire of the Civil War. Revised reissue.
Uncle Tom's Cabin
is the story of the slave Tom. He is sold and sent south, where he endures brutal treatment at the hands of a degenerate plantation owner. As the novel that helped to move a nation to battle, Uncle Tom's Cabin
is an essential part of the collective experience of the American people.