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Uncle Tom's Cabin (version 2)

Gelesen von Larraine Paquette

(4,562 Sterne; 48 Bewertungen)

This is a deeply moving novel centered around the lives of Uncle Tom and others and which very effectively portrays the suffering caused by the practice of slavery in the American South, prior to and during the time of the Civil War.

It also provides a fascinating character study of a wide variety of people, including various slave owners, families of slave owners, traders, bystanders, the slaves themselves, and participants in the underground railroad. On one hand there is the ignorance, false mindsets, indifference and even blatant cruelty and abuse on the part of some, and on the other hand there is great love and compassion and sacrifice on the part of others. This was the best-selling novel of the 19th Century and is said to have helped fuel the cause of the abolitionists. (Summary by Larraine Paquette and Wikipedia) (21 hr 2 min)

Chapters

In Which the Reader is Introduced to a Man of Humanity

26:33

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The Mother

8:40

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The Husband and Father

13:56

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An Evening in Uncle Tom's Cabin

32:20

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Showing the Feelings of Living Property on Changing Owners

24:35

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Discovery

27:05

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The Mother's Struggle

35:06

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Eliza's Escape

42:37

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In Which It Appears That a Senator is But a Man

44:29

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The Property is Carried Off

26:57

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In Which Property Gets into an Improper State of Mind

36:27

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Select Incident of Lawful Trade

46:26

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The Quaker Settlement

24:10

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Evangeline

27:07

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Of Tom's New Master, and Various Other Matters

44:32

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Tom's Mistress and Her Opinions

52:28

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The Freeman's Defence

43:56

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Miss Ophelia's Experiences and Opinions

44:34

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Miss Ophelia's Experiences and Opinions Continued

57:05

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Topsy

42:19

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Kentuck

13:26

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"The Grass Withereth- the Flower Fadeth"

19:29

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Henrique

20:23

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Foreshadowings

18:14

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The Little Evangelist

13:53

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Death

35:55

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"This is the Last of Earth"

21:01

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Reunion

39:00

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The Unprotected

21:05

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The Slave Warehouse

27:49

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The Middle Passage

17:34

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Dark Places

22:45

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Cassy

21:02

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The Quadroon's Story

32:51

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The Tokens

18:30

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Emmeline and Cassy

18:58

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Liberty

19:34

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The Victory

31:05

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The Stratagem

30:25

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The Martyr

20:48

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The Young Master

18:25

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An Authentic Ghost Story

17:49

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Results

22:26

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The Liberator

10:35

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Concluding Remarks

27:48

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Bewertungen

Extraordinary novel. Beautifully written.

(5 Sterne)

This is a must-read/listen novel. It is beautifully written. The author has a phenomenal command of the English language. Her writing is absolutely brilliant. She’s a creative genius. This story powerfully illustrates the horrors of slavery and conflicting views on it. It’s an amazing look at the psychological, religious and philosophical loopholes that permitted slavery to thrive in our country for so many years. The reader has a pleasant voice though tends to be monotonal and misprounces a lot of words.

Well, No Wonder!

(5 Sterne)

Yes! No wonder this story was not required reading in our public schools. It is very sorrowful and revealing about our human nature. I am impressed with the persuasive story telling of Mrs. Stowe and her reasoned arguments for logical thinking and obedience to Godly principals.

Thank you Larraine Paquette

(4,5 Sterne)

I'm trying to give 5 stars but the app insists on 4.5 :( Outstanding reading. Strong book.

(5 Sterne)

Beautiful, powerfull, life changing work by author, Prof . Stowe. Excellent treatment by Ms Pquette as the Reader

Great Reading!

(5 Sterne)

A good, clear, consistent reading.

Overlook

(5 Sterne)

if you were mind to, you could overlook the language which is used. particularly the N word. you will find in the context of this book great faith. A wonderful people that tried their best to overcome the horrors of slavery. You will also hear the triumphs of the oppressed. It's history! I don't think a blind eye should be turned to this. I think it should be taught with both sides views and comments. That is just what Harriet Beecher Stowe was trying to accomplish Yes, I do think the N word needs to be omitted. You are, however doing the world an injustice by banning this literary accomplishment! People already know what slavery is, "unfortunately" let us not turn a blind eye to history lest we repeat it!

pure hate speech vomit

(1 Sterne)

A diatribe of atheist propaganda and hate, nobody should be subjected to such hate speech against religion