Uncle Tom's Cabin
or, Life Among the Lowly

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Grade Level: 9-12
Author: Harriet Beecher Stowe
Publisher: Penguin Group
Publish Date: 1986, Penguin Classics reprint
Binding: Paperback
Dimensions: 5 by 7 3/4 inches
Number of Pages: 630
Item ID: 2670 A3E  ISBN: 978-0-14-039003-2
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An accurate portrayal of the slave experience, brilliant in its narrative structure and use of dialogue, Uncle Tom's Cabin motivated America to act on a major issue of the day. Published in 1852, this 1986 edition includes an introduction by Ann Douglas, a short biography of Harriet Beecher Stowe, a note on the text, and suggestions for further reading. This book can be purchased separately, as part of our Lightning Literature & Composition American Lit curriculum, or the U.S. and World History pack. Hewitt uses this Beautiful Feet program for one of its high-school history courses and has a syllabus for it (See Related Items below). From the Book:

"Wal, now just think on 't," said the trader; "just look at them limbs,—broad-chested, strong as a horse . . . Why, that are fellow managed his master's whole farm. He has a stornary talent for business."

"Bad, bad, very bad; knows altogether too much!" said the young man, with the same mocking smile playing about his mouth. "Never will do, in the world. Your smart fellows are always running off, stealing horses, and raising the devil generally. I think you'll have to take off a couple of hundred for his smartness."


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