Uncle Tom’s Cabin—Young Folk’s Edition
Published in 1852, Uncle Tom’s Cabin had an immense impact on the nation and the eventual abolition of slavery. The book is also a great story that shows the realities of slavery while also showing how love and faith can overcome all trials. This version was written for a younger audience by Stowe herself and does not contain inappropriate language like the full version. There are two instances that could be considered taking God’s name in vain, but I felt that the people were truly referring to God.
|19th Century, 1800s, mid 1800s
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