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By Harold Bloom

Harriet Beecher Stowe's robust antislavery novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin", released in 1851, triggered a right away sensation and sparked heated debate. This addition to the "Bloom's courses" sequence examines the constitution and characters of the unconventional and offers serious research. Essays talk about the radical as an agent of social switch, equity within the novel, the unconventional as an abolitionist tract, and extra. An annotated bibliography and a list of alternative works via the writer supplement the textual content.

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