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by | Read by Buck Schirner

Classics • 20 hrs. • Unabridged • © 1852

Classic nineteenth-century literature can be difficult to read and hear. But this production is an exception. Buck Schirner's characters are so vivid, so well enunciated, that we wish Stowe had created more people for Schirner to give voice to. His characters argue about slavery, lament their fortunes and survive by their wits. He gives each person emotion and depth and reads Stowe's prose with conviction. Indeed, it's hard not to, given the moral force behind her words. The only negative is when Schirner reads in his own voice, which is low and flat. Because of his excellent vocal work, though, the book reminds us that the debate over race and human worth was as vivid in the 1850's as it is today. R.I.G. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/MAR 99]

Book pak • Brilliance Audio • 1998

CS ISBN 1567405738 $64.25 • Fourteen cassettes

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Book pak • Brilliance Audio • 1998

CS ISBN 1567405738 $64.25 • Fourteen cassettes

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