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by Mason I. Lowance,Ellen E. Westbrook,R. C. De Prospo

The Stowe Debate: Rhetorical Strategies in Uncle Tom's Cabin download ebook
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0870239511
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978-0870239519
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Mason I. Lowance,Ellen E. Westbrook,R. C. De Prospo
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Univ of Massachusetts Pr (December 1, 1994)
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Mason I. Lowance, Ellen E. Westbrook, Richard C. De Prospo, R. C. De Prospo. They have also argued about Stowe's rhetorical strategies and the literary conventions she appropriated to give her book such unique force. This collection of essays addresses the continuing controversy surrounding Uncle Tom's Cabin. The thirteen contributors to this volume enter these debates from a variety of critical perspectives.

Sayfa 219 A close look at Aunt Chloe and the two white women introduced in the first part of the novel, Mrs. Shelby and Mrs. Bird, unmasks Stowe 's views on how black and white women function within their separate and dissimilar families. Sayfa 220 But Chloe can only identify herself in terms of the physical services she performs. She focuses always on tangibles - abstract concepts of evil and good are beyond her mental grasp. Consequently, the one thing that makes Chloe 's "fat sides".

Collection of essays addressing the controversy surrounding "Uncle Tom's Cabin. On publication in 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel sparked a national debate about the nature of slavery and the character of those who embraced it. The book has been used to illuminate a host of issues dealing with race, gender, polictics and religion in antebellum America.

The Stowe debate This collection of essays addresses the continuing controversy surrounding Uncle Tom's Cabin. University of Massachusetts Press.

They have also argued about Stowe's rhetorical strategies and the literary conventions she appropriated to give her book such .

They have also argued about Stowe's rhetorical strategies and the literary conventions she appropriated to give her book such unique force. Pages displayed by permission of Univ of Massachusetts Press.

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Mason I Lowance; Ellen E Westbrook; R C De Prospo .

"This collection of essays addresses the continuing controversy surrounding Uncle Tom's Cabin  . Since then, critics have used the book to illuminate a host of issues dealing with race, gender, politics, and religion in antebellum America.

This collection of essays addresses the continuing controversy surrounding Uncle Tom's Cabin. On publication in 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel sparked a national debate about the nature of slavery and the character of those who embraced it. Since then, critics have used the book to illuminate a host of issues dealing with race, gender, politics, and religion in antebellum America. They have also argued about Stowe's rhetorical strategies and the literary conventions she appropriated to give her book such unique force.The thirteen contributors to this volume enter these debates from a variety of critical perspectives. They address questions of language and ideology, the tradition of the sentimental novel, biblical influences, and the rhetoric of antislavery discourse. As much as they disagree on various points, they share a keen interest in the cultural work that texts can do and an appreciation of the enduring power of Uncle Tom's Cabin.