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Uncle Toms Cabin

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  • Item #: 038080
    ISBN: 9780140390032
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    This edition includes an introduction by Ann Douglas and is 630 pgs, pb.

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    ISBN: 9781840224023
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  • Item #: 032330
    ISBN: 9780486440286
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    Includes the original preface, but no other extras. 380 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 001340
    ISBN: 9780689851261
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    This edition includes a reading guide with a few discussion questions, and a few recommended activities. 696 pgs, pb.

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    ISBN: 9781586094836
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    ISBN: 9781441715333
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  • Item #: 001467
    ISBN: 9780698116603
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    This biography explores the life of Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Harriet grew up in a household where girls were taught not to speak in public, yet her brothers were encouraged to become preachers and speak their minds. Her parents couldn't stop Harriet from speaking out against the institution of slavery through written words though, and Harriet published the above-noted novel, which powerfully drew attention to the evils of slavery. Jean Fritz artfully explores this influential woman's childhood, family, and life amidst the era and social movements of the time through 144 pages of light, engaging text and black and white photographs.

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  • Item #: 042839
    ISBN: 9781586096243
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    ISBN: 9781615306800
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    ISBN: 9780486482484
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    With this level of the progymnasmata, the focus is on ceremonial rhetoric – rhetoric used for special occasions. (For instance, to praise or blame a person, place or event; think anniversaries or funerals). Writing about historical figures involves encomia (praise), invectives (blame), ancient and modern comparison essays, letter writing, and speeches. Bonus coverage includes standardized test essays, college admissions essays, and how to evaluate your own test essay. Classic literary models include Plutarch's Lives, Cicero's letters, and selections from Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian War. Modern literary models include Uncle Tom's Cabin, Silas Marner, and selections from Jane Austen. The Plutarch Companion (answer key and teacher notes) is available as a free download from the publisher's website. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 005984
    ISBN: 9781623412456
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    Subtitled "Historical Context for the Good and Great Books" from the Institute for Excellence in Writing this collection of book titles includes writings, biographies, plays, recordings, and films to portray a history of mankind. Created in a simple spreadsheet format, the columns represent: description/time period, title of resource, author, and approximate age/ability level of student. The material is chronologically indexed using Ancients, the Middles Ages, Renaissance/Reformation and the Modern World.

    The purpose of this resource is to save parents/teachers time planning out lessons. It can be used with any homeschool approach or teaching style. Use this guide to organize your history and literature studies from elementary to high school. Add a date to when your student completed a resource, and you can then transfer that to a transcript. Updated in 2016, this resource now includes instructions and samples for reader-response journaling as well. Literature for the Ancient period (5000 BC-400 AD) includes: Streams of Civilization, Book of Virtues, Adam and His Kin, Great Pyramid, Epic of Gilgamesh, D'Aulaire's Book of Myths, and many more. Some examples from the Middle Ages (400 AD-1450) are: Tales from Shakespeare, Story of the World Volume 2, Famous Men of the Middle Ages, Making of a Knight, Lantern Bearers, Beowulf, and several more. Books for the Renaissance/Reformation (1450-1850) include: America's God and Country, Leonardo DaVinci, Kite Fighters, Luther the Leader, Tempest, Under God, Along Came Galileo, Leviathan, and many others. Some selections for the Modern World (1850-present) are: Big Sky, David Copperfield, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Little Women, Old Yeller, Moccasin Trail, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Winston Churchill, Dracula, Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Hobbit and more.

    Each page has a quote from a resource and many of these have Christian content, mentioning God, the church, Christ, faith, God's sovereignty and mercy, and prevailing with God's help. 92 pgs, pb, spiral-bound. ~Sara

  • Item #: 001280
    ISBN: 9780692271100
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    Originally published in 1854, this book by Reverend Nehemiah Adams provides an eyewitness account of slavery in the Antebellum South. Reverend Adams expected to see cruel bondage and other evils touted by the Abolitionists, but instead he found a well-ordered society in which the slaves were mainly content and properly cared for by their masters. He warns his Northern brethren that a continued assault upon the South's "peculiar institution" of slavery would ultimately destroy the Union and the Black population. Needless to say, this book was attacked by the Abolitionists, but despite its outdated views, it provides a perspective on slavery that rarely makes it into the history books. The book is full of insightful detail about the daily lives of slaves, including their dress, housing, family life, and worship. Reverend Adams' mixed feelings about slave auctions are included, and he even wrote a chapter in response to the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin. Facsimile reprint of the nineteenth century original. 214 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa