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I read it as it came out week after week in the old National Era, and I broke my heart over Uncle Tom's Cabin, as every one else did.
Did you watch her face when we went into that tent where they was actin' out Uncle Tom's Cabin? And did you take notice of the way she told us about the book when we sat down to have our ice cream?
I saw the water streaming over the road towards the ditch, and it reminded me of Uncle Tom's Cabin at Milltown, when Eliza took her baby and ran across the Mississippi on the ice blocks, pursued by the bloodhounds.
The literature of the Negro in America is colossal, from political oratory through abolitionism to "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and "Cotton is King"--a vast mass of books which many men have read to the waste of good years (and I among them); but the only books that I have read a second time or ever care again to read in the whole list (most of them by tiresome and unbalanced "reformers") are "Uncle Remus" and "Up from Slavery"; for these are the great literature of the subject.
"Getting in the Kitchen with Dinah: Domestic Politics in Uncle Tom's Cabin." American Quarterly, vol.
1852: Uncle Tom's Cabin, an anti-slavery novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe, was published.
Her book Uncle Tom's Cabin was published on 20 March, 1852
WHO wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin? WHAT type of organism is smut?
Catharine Beecher, the sister of Harriet Beecher Stowe who wrote the famous anti-slavery book, Uncle Tom's Cabin, was a prominent 19th century educator and women's rights advocate.
Louver, "Topsy Turvy," she took as her muse the character of Topsy from Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, recasting the slave girl of the Civil War-era novel as a figure for our time.
(2) Curiously, while many scholars mention in passing the translations of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin into Yiddish, very few have elaborated further on the consumption of this iconographic national text among Yiddish readers.
19th-Century Czech Translations of Uncle Tom's Cabin: What Has Been Left Unspoken