Uncle Tom's Cabin
Or, Life Among the Lowly
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Perhaps the most powerful document in the history of American abolitionism, this controversial novel goaded thousands of readers to take a stand on the issue of slavery and played a major political and social role in the Civil War period.
Penguin Publishing Group
; June 1981
640 pages; ISBN 9781101660553Read online
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Title: Uncle Tom's Cabin
Author: Harriet Beecher Stowe; Anne Douglas