Uncle Tom's cabin or, Life among the lowly / 2

Elektronische Reproduktion von: Uncle Tom's cabin or, Life among the lowly : with an introduction setting forth the history of the novel / [Harriet Beecher Stowe]. A Key to uncle Tom's cabin. - Riverside ed. - Boston [u.a.] : Houghton, Mifflin and Comp., 1896. - VII, 476 S. : Ill. - (The W...

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Main Author: Stowe, Harriet Beecher
Format: Book
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2021
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[Titelblatt] Volume II
Contents of Volume II
XXII. The grass withereth – the Flower fadeth
XXIII. Henrique
XXIV. Foreshadowings
XXV. The Little Evangelist
XXVI. Death
XXVII. „This is the Last of Earth“
XXVIII. Reunion
XXIX. The Unprotected
XXX. The Slave Warehouse
XXXI. The Middle Passage
XXXII. Dark Places
XXXIV. The Quadroon‘s Story
XXXV. The Tokens
XXXVI. Emmeline and Cassy
XXXVII. Liberty
XXXVIII. The Victory
XXXIX.The Stratagem
XL. The Martyr
XLI. The Young Master
XLII. An Authentic Ghost Story
XLIII. Results
XLIV. The Liberator
XLV. Concluding Remarks
A Key to Uncle Tom‘s Cabin.
- Preface
Part I.
- Chap. I.
- Chap. II. Mr. Haley
- Chap. III. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby
- Chap. IV.George Harris
- Chap. V. Eliza
- Chap. VI. Uncle Tom
- Chap. VII. Miss Ophelia
- Chap. VIII. Marie St. Clare
- Chap. IX. St. Clare
- Chap. X. Legree
- Chap. XI. Select Incidents of Lawful Trade
- Chap. XII. Topsy
- Chap. XIII. The Quakers
- Chap. XIV. The Spirit of St. Clare
Part II.
- Chap. I.
- Chap. II.What is Slavery?
- Chap. III. Souther v. The Commonwealth – the ne plus ultra of Legal Humanity
- Chap. IV. Protective Statutes
- Chap. V. Protective Acts of South Carolina and Louisiana – the Iron Collar of Louisiana and North Carolina
- Chap. VI. Protective Acts with regard to Food and Raiment, Labor, etc.
- Chap. VII. The Execution of Justice
- Chap. VIII. The Good Old Times. IX. Moderate Correction and Accidental Death – State v. Castleman. X. Principles Established. - State v. Legree ; a Case not in the Books
- Chap. XI. The Triumph of Justice over Law. XII. A Comparison of the Roman Law of Slavery with the American
- Chap. XIII. The Men better than their Laws
- Chap. XIV. The Hebrew Slave Law compared with the American Slave Law. XV. Slavery is Despotism
Part III.
- Chap. I. Does Public Opinion protect the Slave?
- Chap. II. Public Opinion formed by Education
- Chap. III. Separation of Families
- Chap. IV. The Slave-Trade
- Chap. V. Select Incidents of Lawful Trade, of Facts stranger than Fiction
- Chap. VI. The Edmondsons
- Chap. VII. The Case of Emily Russell. VIII. Kidnapping
- Chap. IX. Slaves as they are, on Testimony of Owners
- Chap. X. Poor White Trash
Part IV.
- Chap. I. The Influence of the American Church on Slavery
- Chap. II. How the Churches regarded the Defence of Slavery
- Chap. III. Martyrdom. IV. Servitude in the Primitive Church compared with American Slavery. V. Teachings and Condition of the Apostles. VI. Apsotolic Teyching on Emancipation. VII. Abolition of Slavery by Christianity
- Chap. VIII. Justice and Equity versus Slavery. IX. Is the System of Religion which is taught the Slave the Gospel?. X. What is to be Done?
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