The first American novel to sell over a million copies. By calling attention to the issue of slavery, Stowe's timeless and moving novel holds a ...Show synopsisThe first American novel to sell over a million copies. By calling attention to the issue of slavery, Stowe's timeless and moving novel holds a significant place in American history. This 150th anniversary edition is beautifully repackaged and contains an introduction by the author of "High Cotton, " a novel about growing up African-American in 1950s Indiana. Reissue.Hide synopsis
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Literary standards have changed since the 1850s when this book was written, but it is still must reading for everyone who truly wants to understand both the good and the bad features of slavery in America. With great sensitivity and remarkable perception Mrs. Stowe follows the lives of slaves and their masters and traders in a vast assortment of graphic experiences. It is fiction, but I don't think anyone would dispute that the events are drawn from real life experiences Mrs. Stowe witnessed or was apprised concerning.
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