Stowe and her novel caused the Civil War, her writing definitely delivered the political impact she intended. 74 Stowe's solution was similar to Ralph Waldo Emerson 's: God's will would be followed if each person sincerely examined his principles and acted on them. But Tom refuses to stop reading his Bible and comforting the other slaves as best he can. At this point Tom Loker returns to the story. The book has also been seen as an attempt to redefine masculinity as a necessary step toward the abolition of slavery. Tompkins praised the style so many other critics had dismissed, writing that sentimental novels showed how women's emotions had the power to change the world for the better. 32 While Stowe weaves other subthemes throughout her text, such as the moral authority of motherhood and the redeeming possibilities offered by Christianity, 5 she emphasizes the connections between these and the horrors of slavery. And by crafting a work of fiction that general readers could relate to, and populating it with characters both sympathetic and villainous, Harriet Beecher Stowe was able to deliver an extremely powerful message. The most recent film version was a television broadcast in 1987, directed by Stan Lathan and adapted by John Gay.
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The cabin where Henson lived while he was enslaved no longer exists, but a cabin on the Riley farm erroneously thought to be the Henson Cabin was purchased by the Montgomery County, Maryland, government in 2006. Drawn With the Sword: Reflections on the American Civil War by James Munro McPherson, Oxford University Press, 1997,. 25 The book was translated into all major languages, and in the United States it became the second best-selling book after the Bible. After Tom has lived with the. The character Eliza was inspired by an account given at Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati by John Rankin to Stowe's husband Calvin, a professor at the school. 102 103 History of slavery in the United States Origins of the American Civil War Ramona, an 1884 novel that attempted to do for investigative Journalism: The New Documentary Native Americans in California what Uncle Tom's Cabin had done for African Americans Riley-Bolten House, North Bethesda, Montgomery County, Maryland, plantation. Larsen, The Company of the Creative (2000. Legree beats Tom viciously and resolves to crush his new slave's faith in God. 9 Union general and politician James Baird Weaver said that the book convinced him to become active in the abolitionist movement. Patell, The Cambridge History of American Literature, Cambridge University Press, 1994,. 17 When Stowe's work became a best-seller, Henson republished his memoirs as The Memoirs of Uncle Tom and traveled on lecture tours extensively in the United States and Europe.