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4.0 su 5 stelle I'd give the book 5 stars. Definitely worthy of ... 16 agosto 2016
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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
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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.
5.0 su 5 stelle A Beautiful Story 24 giugno 2016
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This is an excellent book, and I am surprised that so few read it.
The author speaks to all the different issues regarding slavery right before the Civil War. While it is a fictional story, the author draws from real events that she has heard of or witnessed. It is an excellent historical piece as well as an excellent book to teach true Christian faith and morality.

The content of the book is tactful and perfectly proper in its language and portrayals, but she does deal with some of the more mature problems involved in human slave trade. I personally would suggest that only teenagers and older read it for this reason. It is far from indecent, most of the mature content is simply mentioned or implied. It just touches on some difficult issues one may not want to explain to young children.
2.0 su 5 stelle Glad I read it and recommend it to anyone interested ... 8 giugno 2016
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Novels are not my gig, but I am a history buff. I have been reading more about the US history around the Civil War and the struggles within the country around the issue of slavery. I have had Uncle Tom in my Kindle suite for some time and finally took it on! It is a long book and some of it was hard to stay with as the author attempts to write in the dialogue of poorly educated folks (both white and black). I was always interested in the origin of the reference to blacks as "Uncle Toms!" and come to find out that how it is used today is derogatory; and that is not consistent with the character depicted in Stowe's novel. Glad I read it and recommend it to anyone interested in history and the story behind how our country worked itself through some devastating times.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Execellent read! 18 settembre 2016
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I thought I had read this book many years ago, when I was in high school and thought to refresh my memory. But while reading, I realized, I had never read it or had completely forgotten it. Now I must read it again to make sure I haven't missed anything! I love the fact that Mrs Stowe
Was writing from her own knowledge and that of her acquaintances.