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6 di 6 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle An "important" book and well written too 29 marzo 2014
Di Askold W. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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A story of slavery written just before the civil war that has a very authentic ring to it (unlike books and articles written today with 150 years of filter). A very courageous book, when you consider what was happening in the US at that time.

The closing lines are prescient and chilling: "Both the North and South have been guilty before God; and the Christian church has a heavy account to answer .... injustice and cruelty shall bring on nations the wrath of Almighty God!"
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Outstanding Book 15 dicembre 2013
Di reginald mitchell - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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At 66 year old I'd say that I was late in coming to read this extraordinary book. I had specific reasons. As an African American I wanted to see whether the accepted opinion was correct in how Uncle Tom is perceived. Secondly I wanted to refresh the historical perspective of slavery. I came away with a clearer understanding of the character of Uncle Tom and am not in agreement with the contemporary view of him. Certainly the book revealed the horror that was slavery in no uncertain terms. The effects of slavery are still with the people of African descent and may never be erased in spite of various movements over the years. Uncle Tom's Cabin should be mandatory reading along with extensive analysis of the horror that was slavery. I highly recommend this book as an example of a period in American history that generally has been swept under the rug as if it never happened. It may be the greatest crime in all of history!
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Lest We Forget! 25 ottobre 2014
Di brian rose - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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this title defies the rating process since it has stood for more than a century and a half as the quintessential novel about the gross injustices of the slave trade which defined American society in its formative years. Uncle Tom's Cabin reveals an insight, not only into the private lives of the slaves, but also those of the plantation owners and the traders themselves. It is difficult to comprehend that Americans considered themselves "civilized" while their society condoned such brutality and unethical practices.
Although the author's religious beliefs are entrenched in the story and indeed, become an overwhelming factor towards the end of the book, those same Christian tenets are nonetheless shown to be a source of supreme comfort to the protagonist who undergoes all manner of hardship and disappointment.
No doubt this story was, in part, responsible for the eventual abolition of slavery and again retold in the tumultuous years prior to the dismantling of legal segregation. May it stand as a reminder that subjugation has no place in a civilized world.
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4.0 su 5 stelle I'd give the book 5 stars. Definitely worthy of ... 16 agosto 2016
Di utente - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I'd give the book 5 stars. Definitely worthy of classic status. Although always thought of as an abolitionist, Mrs. Stowe deftly develops characters with complex views of slavery, each one a product not only of the environment (slave stare or Northern free, among others) but also of the individual character's individual personality. She develops characters' views on religion and laws (although the law arguments are invariably about slavery).

One thing that I wonder about: how many people refer to a present-day person as "an uncle Tom". I wonder how many have even read the book and have considered the character that Mrs. Stowe developed?

I took off one star, not because of the book, but because the Kindle download failed halfway through the book and I couldn't fix it, although I followed the directions for a fix. Frustrated, I just downloaded another version that (so far) is working perfectly.

The book, though, is five stars!
4.0 su 5 stelle Stowe did well in conveying what slavery looked like; however I found the discussions with St 23 giugno 2016
Di gip - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Hearing others discuss this book over the years, I found Uncle Tom not to be an "Uncle Tom" as often a negative connotation, but a person of his time and condition, committed to a higher plane in spite of the situations in which he found himself. I would fall short of sustaining his commitment and faith. The book to me, is less about Uncle Tom as I expected, but more of a discussion on the brutal and inhuman conditions and institution of slavery and the hypocritical endorsement or opposition of slavery individually and as a nation. Stowe did well in conveying what slavery looked like ; however I found the discussions with St. Clare and his cousin Ophelia facing their passive opposition of slavery and being confronted with the realism of opposition and examining their (and those like them) consciousnesses. We are faced with the same kind hypocrisy in facing injustices today.