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"Christopher Diller's edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin is, without a doubt, a major contribution. By tracing the novel's critical reception and voracious consumption by a global audience for more than 150 years, Diller breathes new life into this best-selling text. Diller makes the work accessible to a variety of audiences: scholars; students in American Studies, history, and literature courses; and general readers who want to savor the emotive power of this American classic. He insightfully maps the reasons Stowe's masterpiece continues to be anchored in the American literary tradition, and the degree to which it continues to lie at the foundation of this tradition in the 21st century. This is a masterly treatment of an American master text."--Wilfred D. Samuels

"The Broadview Press edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin is a splendid addition to the scholarship on Stowe's iconic and controversial novel. Christopher Diller's superb introduction and imaginative selection of supporting materials provide a stimulating array of historical and literary contexts-and remind us of how alive this text remains."--Joan D. Hedrick, author of Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life (Oxford University Press)

“Christopher Diller’s edition of Uncle Tom’s Cabin is, without a doubt, a major contribution. By tracing the novel’s critical reception and voracious consumption by a global audience for more than 150 years, Diller breathes new life into this best-selling text. Diller makes the work accessible to a variety of audiences: scholars; students in American Studies, history, and literature courses; and general readers who want to savor the emotive power of this American classic. He insightfully maps the reasons Stowe’s masterpiece continues to be anchored in the American literary tradition, and the degree to which it continues to lie at the foundation of this tradition in the 21st century. This is a masterly treatment of an American master text.” — Wilfred D. Samuels, University of Utah

“The Broadview Press edition of Uncle Tom’s Cabin is a splendid addition to the scholarship on Stowe’s iconic and controversial novel. Christopher Diller’s superb introduction and imaginative selection of supporting materials provide a stimulating array of historical and literary contexts—and remind us of how alive this text remains.” — Joan D. Hedrick, Trinity College, author of Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life (Oxford University Press, 1994)

"Christopher Diller's edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin is, without a doubt, a major contribution. By tracing the novel's critical reception and voracious consumption by a global audience for more than 150 years, Diller breathes new life into this best-selling text. Diller makes the work accessible to a variety of audiences: scholars; students in American Studies, history, and literature courses; and general readers who want to savor the emotive power of this American classic. He insightfully maps the reasons Stowe's masterpiece continues to be anchored in the American literary tradition, and the degree to which it continues to lie at the foundation of this tradition in the 21st century. This is a masterly treatment of an American master text." -- Wilfred D. Samuels, University of Utah

"The Broadview Press edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin is a splendid addition to the scholarship on Stowe's iconic and controversial novel. Christopher Diller's superb introduction and imaginative selection of supporting materials provide a stimulating array of historical and literary contexts--and remind us of how alive this text remains." -- Joan D. Hedrick, Trinity College, author of Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life (Oxford University Press, 1994)

"Christopher Diller's edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin is, without a doubt, a major contribution. By tracing the novel's critical reception and voracious consumption by a global audience for more than 150 years, Diller breathes new life into this best-selling text. Diller makes the work accessible to a variety of audiences: scholars; students in American Studies, history, and literature courses; and general readers who want to savor the emotive power of this American classic. He insightfully maps the reasons Stowe's masterpiece continues to be anchored in the American literary tradition, and the degree to which it continues to lie at the foundation of this tradition in the 21st century. This is a masterly treatment of an American master text." -- Wilfred D. Samuels, University of Utah

"The Broadview Press edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin is a splendid addition to the scholarship on Stowe's iconic and controversial novel. Christopher Diller's superb introduction and imaginative selection of supporting materials provide a stimulating array of historical and literary contexts--and remind us of how alive this text remains." -- Joan D. Hedrick, Trinity College, author of Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life (Oxford University Press, 1994)

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  • Publisher: Penguin Classics; Reprint edition (25 June 1981)
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