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Random House, Inc Uncle Tom's Cabin

Uncle Tom's Cabin remains a landmark classic that's never gone out of print. Highly controversial throughout its long life, Uncle Tom, Sambo and little Eva have come into the American language as bywords and as human portraits of the injustices of slavery. Featuring the first African-American hero in literature, the heart wrenching tale of slavery, being "sold down the river" and the breakup of families presents a stirring look at the 19th century's white views of "the peculiar institution" of slavery. 511 pages, softcover with introduction by Alfred Kazin.
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Review 1 for Uncle Tom's Cabin
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Date:March 7, 2006
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kayla
hello good book but u have 2 bee muture
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Date:March 10, 2003
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B.Lewis
The Greatest Book! A must read. A +++++++ from me.
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