Uncle Tom's CabinHarriet Beecher Stowe

Uncle Tom's Cabin

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The story focuses on the tale of Uncle Tom, a long suffering black slave, the central character around whose life the other characters.

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Not a good book, worth reading for history, howeverThis book is seriously irritating. There are useless descriptions all over the place that serve no purpose and thus unnecessarily pad the book. Not to mention that the author delves way too much into things that aren’t very important. The book should be a little more than 300 if it chopped out all the unnecessary stuff. A LOT of the book is just bathos (insincere pathos, almost melodramatic) which I guess was fine at the time, but now, it’s just too mushy. Seriously. There’s no way Eva, a child of one of the characters, can be that “perfect” and in-depth. Sure, it may be symbolic, but I can’t read it without laughing. Imagine a little girl on her deathbed, and with her last breaths, saying things meant for a philosopher. Makes no sense. Bottom line is, I didn’t like the book. You, however, might if you like overly dramatic books..Score: 2/5

Amazing!Best book I’ve read in a long time!.Score: 5/5

An ongoing issueAs I read this book, I remembered the millions of undocumented immigrants, who now face the issues that the slaves faced in the 1800's. Living in the shadows without a voice, being separated from their families, etc. We must all learn from this book to fight for those who cannot fight. To use our voices for change this coming November..Score: 4/5

For the AgesI only have one negative thing to say. At times I think less words may have ment more. Ever high school or college student should have to read this book. At a time when so much is taken for granted this book makes you appreciate what you have. I visited Harriet Beecher Stowes home several years ago. It sits right next to Mark Twaines. I cried so hard in certain section I could not read. She brought the characters to life. I felt like I knew them. My heart broke for the families pulled apart and sold off. I felt embarrassed that the country I love ever did this to a race of people. I'm 65. I wish I had read this book when I was 18. It is a book for the ages..Score: 5/5

Uncle Tom’s CabinAn Amazing piece of literature!! A book every American needs to read. So relevant in our modern history!!! I originally decided to read this book to find out why the phrase “Don’t be an Uncle Tom“. Never quite understood the reference . I could have looked it up on the Internet but I rather thought, I’ll read the book and find out for myself. My oh my! So glad I did. The negative connotation of “Don’t be an Uncle Tom“ does such a disservice to the profound and essential message of this book! I’m no youngster with advanced degrees and this may be one of the most impactful and best books I have ever read!!!.Score: 3/5

A Lopsided Look Into The PastDecent book, however, it could have carried its own weight a lot better without the author pummeling the reader with her thinly-veiled, long-winded, and bombastic opinions and feelings. I think it would have made a better impact had the reader been left to formulate their own thoughts on this disturbing era in our history. The odd comma splices and verbiage also gave me headaches. To be honest, I was tired and very glad when I finished it..Score: 3/5

Zoe LanhamHi, I haven't read this book yet but I'm curious if I can. I am an 11 year old girl 3 quarters into the fifth grade but I am an excellent reader. Though, I'm not sure if this book will have any language I do not under stand..Score: 5/5

Just AwesomeI had always heard of Uncle Tom's Cabin as a book ridiculed by blacks. Uncle Tom was to be hated and shunned. However one must keep in mind it was written in 1850 at the height of slavery. It's purpose was to expose the cruelty of slavery and I believe to show the grace of Jesus Christ. Stowe reflects that grace through Tom's struggles and devotion to the Lord. His focus on eternity in the midst of struggling in a basket of sin and persecution emulates Christ's walk to the cross. Tom's desire to forgive and see his tormentors come to repentance is a sure reflection of God's love for all of us. This is a powerful book and must have struck to the very heart of slavery across the world in the 1850's. I pray the God will touch your heart with his grace and mercy. For we are all sinners..Score: 5/5

Beautiful.One of the best books of al time. I wish people would read it before calling people Uncle Tom as an insult. If they read it they would not call people that..Score: 5/5

A WORK OF ART!One of the greatest books I have ever read or ever will read! I would rate as second best book in the world, only being topped by the the Holy Bible!.Score: 5/5

Not great not badIt's not that bad of a book but it's so tiring, almost fell asleep reading it. It does give out a good message though!.Score: 3/5

Uncle toms cabinThis book should be required reading for white guys with kids..Score: 5/5

Uncle toms cabinIt is a page turner. I had to read straight through the last 200 or so pages..Score: 5/5

Revolutionary!!!I have never read an author who understood humanity so well and presented a just view..Score: 5/5

Relevant call to ChristiansHarriet Beecher Stowe makes a plain, clear, and urgent call for Christians to lead the fight for justice. Her words are as relevant today as they were during the times of slavery..Score: 5/5

Life ChangingThis is the best book I’ve read in a very long time. I’m not sure why I haven’t read it sooner. It’s a call to all Christian men and women to stand up for those who can’t stand up for themselves. In this book, the atrocity is slavery. In today’s world, it’s abortion. We must pray, begging God to stop the violence among us..Score: 5/5

Historically significantI rated this book far higher than warranted by the quality of the writing because of its historical significance as an effort by a white woman to describe the plight of the enslaved persons of African descent in the U.S. including not only those supporting slavery but also the hypocrisy of anti-slavery persons in New England and elsewhere. Language is unacceptable today and most descriptions of African Americans seems quite cliched. Also seems the author supported the Liberian solution (former slaves should return to Africa). Author observed and credited the intelligence of slaves, former slaves and free blacks and supported the need to educate and to support education of this group, not a vision shared by most in her society..Score: 3/5

Uncle Tom's CabinWow. I never read this as part of my required reading in school. (Wasn't there a time children were expected to read this book as part of their education?) Instead, I read it as an adult in anticipation of my son reading it for school. What a treasure! So much good, so much to think about, so much to reveal in our nation's history. Ms. Stowe did a remarkable job of showing so many sides to this issue, that you feel you have walked through history. I will be glad to make this book part of my children's required reading..Score: 5/5

Uncle Toms CabinThis was a very good read..Score: 5/5

AuthorI wonder why Harriet is recognized as the only author when she only wrote the ending the book. Most of it was actually written by the former Slave Uncle Tom himself..Score: 4/5

Uncle Tom's CabinVery difficult to read due to the unusual style and terminology. However, it gives good insight into the reasons the US Government needed to crush the foolish Confederacy. I now have great admiration for the character Uncle Tom, and a great disdain for people who, today use the label "Uncle Tom" derisively; they are despicably ignorant..Score: 4/5

Uncle Toms CabinOne of the best books I have ever read. So emotional at times that I had to put the book down to compose myself. Excellently written..Score: 5/5

Uncle Tom's CabinEasy to see how this book stirred the antebellum American populace. Supposedly when President Lincoln meet Harriet Beecher Stowe he said, " So you're the little lady who started the war.".Score: 5/5

A truly beautiful book.An important book too, even today..Score: 5/5

GET THIS YOU WILL LOVE ITThis book is inspiring.Score: 5/5

OkayIm not one for history. I liked the ending though, it really compare to religion and i approve this book for history or religious readers..Score: 3/5

A must read, as much so now as when it was written!I realized one day I had never actually read this book, even though it is a classic. I'm so glad to have now read it; so sad that now in 2016 that race and color is still an issue! People, there is only one race...the HUMAN race, in different states shades of brown!.Score: 5/5

Inspiring spiritually and virtuouslyThe most inspiring book based on true events I have ever read! A heart wrenching tale of love, forgiveness, tragedy, fulfillment, strength, courage, and God! A dramatic, persuasive story telling of the evils of not only slavery but it's masters. And yet even in the midst of this virtue is found, courage, and Christianity is found. In the midst of this darkness there is a light that will never go out! This is not just about slavery but of the virtues of a true Christian and how God can work through us to bring others to him! Harriet Beecher Stowe, you have created a masterpiece!.Score: 5/5

UNCLE TOM'S CABINA well written look into the slavery issue of the United States in the mid 1800s by a contemporary. Intelligently and passionately written, the flow of the story is not hindered by the author's occasional commentary or admonition delivered directly to the reader. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN by Harriet Beecher Stowe is more than a story. It is a statement of principle regarding freedom and equality that presents as the foundation for freedom and equality, the Creator and Savior of humankind, to whom all must answer..Score: 5/5

In AweWow! What a book. I've always had my thoughts of who and what Uncle Tom was. But after reading this book I discovered that he truly was an honorable man. He was so humble and God fearing and no matter what he held on to God's unchanging hand. This was an excellent book it was very gruesome and gave a thorough explanation of what and how slavery really was, the good and the bad. It kept my interest from the beginning to the end. I highly recommend that everyone reads this book and that someone makes this into a movie..Score: 5/5

Uncle Toms CabinI had heard many bad comments concerning this book and after reading this for myself have to wonder why all Americans of all races do not now look back at this time by reading this book. It is full of encouraging scripture and will touch the heart of anyone who takes it up to read. It gives us a small glimpse at that time and also allows us to witness not just the despicable Simon Legree and other people and the atrocities that were committed but also gives a window into the hearts of the true heroes we would never otherwise have know. Great read!.Score: 5/5

The best American Literature has to offerThis piece is as much breath-taking as It is inspiring. I feel cheated not having this book offered in a course through my scholastic years..Score: 5/5

Moving - S SpangrudVery moving. Sometimes the descriptive setups seemed a little long, but I still enjoyed it..Score: 4/5

HeartbreakingWhat a beautiful yet heartbreaking story. I cried several times throughout. Important piece of my history and I'm glad I finally read it. Obviously due to how old the book is, the writing is far from modern in dialogue but it was worth it to push through. Amazing characters. I was left with the message of hope even in the midst of despair..Score: 5/5

Uncle Tom’s cabinLoved it. Kept me totally engaged throughout..Score: 5/5

Uncle Toms CabinMy history teacher told me or taught me about this book and what it was about, so I decided to read it. It is truly amazing, I have no words..Score: 4/5

Great“So this is the little woman who started all this fuss. “ Abraham Lincoln. Wow. Living at that time in history, I surely would have been roused to action. I’ve seen depictions in movies and read much about Lincoln but this, to my recollect, is the first time I’ve red this novel. Incredible..Score: 5/5

A Picture Into the StruggleThis is a great insight into the plight of slavery. Great as a historical read and a read to inform us on how to act in the future, reconciling the wrongs of slavery..Score: 5/5

Uncle Tom’s CabinAn amazing author and amazing book. A thorough look back at our country’s dark history. The author is honest and is not afraid to call out the faults of our nation & make all sides accountable for this unforgettable, inhumane cruelty: slavery..Score: 5/5

A Must Read for Every ChristianI can't express enough how inspiring, thought-provoking, convicting, and moving this story is. I've heard and learned academic all about the horrors and the injustice of slavery in America throughout my academic career, yet nothing compares to the flesh and blood "reality" of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." As I read the story, I was convicted by the different responses to slavery from the White-Christians. Each member of the church had a reason for their belief based primarily on the location of their church in the states rather than the Word of God. In fact, it is Tom's child-like faith that provides him strength and converts others due to his reflection of Christ's love..Score: 5/5

Christian propagandaSo many pages are filled with bible verses. Maybe it is just a reflection of that time but it felt like the author was trying to get me to become a Christian. Having faith is nice but this was just over the top for me. The characters were interesting but I really just stuck with it to the end since it is considered a literary classic. It’s really not a book that I would recommend. (And why did Stowe have the same name for some characters??).Score: 2/5

Uncle Tom’s CabinA classic for sure to re-ignite the fire of injustices faced by African Americans then and now. Thank you Harriet Beecher Stowe for paving the way for millions to find freedom and for your spark....Score: 4/5

Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher StoweWOW! This should still be required reading for all school children. Maybe not until at least junior high school age but all should read this book. WOW! Thank you for this book. It has truly done a work in my life..Score: 5/5

DBrayWe all need to read or re-read this book..Score: 5/5

Uncle Tom's Cabin, by Harriet Beecher StoweOne of the best books I have ever read! The writing is most excellent; the reading, engaging; and the moral challenge, powerful!!.Score: 5/5

Uncle Tom's cabinBest read ever have some tissues near by..Score: 5/5

Every American Should Read itHarriet Beecher Stowe was a woman ahead of her time. She could be a great leader today. The contents of this novel are taken from actual situations within our former slave-holding society. It was written and published while slavery was still legal in the United States. Stowe illustrates, with amazing empathy for every type of character involved, how wrong it is to try to justify slavery in any sense. I would recommend reading it to gain a full understanding of why reparations are warranted and why Christianity and Slavery cannot truly coexist..Score: 5/5

Amazing!This was my first time reading this story. I hope to view the movie soon for the first time as well. I enjoyed reading this story very much! I highly. Recommend it to anyone interested in American history..Score: 5/5

Timeless classic with a message of reform of injustice that resonates throughout the centuriesA must read.Score: 5/5

Amazing!!Beautiful, honest telling of the ancestry of far too many African North Americans, and others throughout time. It is a classic piece of literature which causes much pain and tears for many of us, but survives through hope and spirit..Score: 5/5

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Uncle tom's cabinI cannot believe it has taken me so long to read this book. I struggled to put it down. An amazing insight into the different aspects of slavery some of which I wasn't aware of. The author was sensitive yet thorough in her work.Score: 5/5

Uncle Tom's Cabin-an account of slavery.This is a story that must be read! It speaks of inequality in the plainest way. Slavery, an appalling demonstration of upper class superiority, cost the lives of many and more, the souls of the oppressed along with them. Today, England's and America's capitalism still enslaves men of all colour and the dark skinned are still oppressed. Not much has changed. The upper classes still rule, the low classes and the classless still suffer. Tom's lesson yet lives! The millennium will come. Freedom is just around the corner..Score: 5/5

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Book Name:
Uncle Tom's Cabin
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