Uncle Tom’s Cabin audiobook deals with the theme of anti-slavery. Uncle Tom’s Cabin audiobook, centred around the protagonist, Uncle Tom, a suffering slave and the narratives of other characters revolve around him. The gripping story reveals the theme of enslavement.
Uncle Tom’s Cabin audiobook opens with Eliza, a slave lady, attempting to flee and the auction of Tom, a kindhearted slave, to pay his master’s liabilities. Tom encounters and befriends Eva, a heavenly white girl, as Eliza tries to find her path to liberty in Canada. St. Clare, father of Eva buys Tom from the trader of slaves and takes tom with him to his home. Eva eventually becomes sick and dies. However, on her deathbed, She tells St. Clare to release all of his enslaved people.
In Uncle Tom’s Cabin audiobook free, St. Clare died, and his wife breaks St. Clare’s plan to release Tom. Rather, she sold him to Simon Legree, a deplorably brutal slave owner, who is likely the cruellest character throughout American literature.
Tom is taken by Legree to his Louisiana farm. There he becomes friends with the other enslaved people and saw Legree’s ruthless cruelty. The turning point comes when Tom motivates and assists two enslaved people, Cassy and Emmeline, in escaping. Legree orders to beat Tom till he dies, however, Tom forgives them before dying.
As Uncle Tom’s Cabin audiobook free concludes, Eliza is shown again, who finally reached Canada after a couple of serious difficulties of her own. Cassy and Emmeline ultimately cross paths with her, and then it’s uncovered that Eliza’ is Cassy’s daughter.
Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin audiobook.
Harriet Elisabeth Beecher Stowe was born on the 14th of June 1811. She was a writer and activist from the United States. Her novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin published in 1852, approached millions of people and became significant among Americans and the British, invigorating anti-slavery influences in the North of America whereas inciting widely rage in the Southern part of America. Stowe published 30 books, which include works of fiction, travel diaries, and anthologies. She was prominent for her literary works as well as her public standpoints and discussions on current issues of that time.
Stowe went to Hartford Female Seminary, where she studied classical academic context, with an emphasis on the cultures, classics and maths. Stowe relocated to Cincinnati in Ohio, in 1832, when she was 21 years old. The Lane Debates on Enslavement also had an impact on Harriet.
Stowe was among the first editorial staff of Hearth and Home magazine, along with many other new publications aimed at females, in 1868. Furthermore, Stowe advocated for the progressions of married female rights. She enlisted in the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 1986. Moreover, The U.s. Postal Service authorised a stamp of postage in her honour as part of the 75 Outstanding Americans series in 2007. Harris–Stowe State University, given the name after Stowe and William Torrey Harris and is located in St. Louis, Missouri. At the US Capitol in 2010, The Ohio Historical Society nominated Stowe as a contender in a statewide vote for participation in Statuary Hall.
Stowe passed away on the 1st of July 1896, at the age of 85 years.
The narrator of Uncle Tom’s Cabin audiobook is Richard Allen. Other audiobooks that Richard Allen has also narrated are The Emperor of Ocean Park, Drive Me Crazy, and A Love of My Own.
The length of Uncle Tom’s Cabin audiobook is 20 hours and 8 minutes.
Tantor Audio published Uncle Tom’s Cabin audiobook on 12/29/2008.