In Defense of Uncle Tom
Xulon Press, 2006 - 60 páginas
"In defense of Uncle of Tom is a compelling and thorough defense of the literary character and the literal Uncle Tom (Josiah Henson). With biblical Christian principles as the rule of law, Eastmond Buckner masterfully lays out evidence to clear the name of Uncle Tom from the modern day negative connotation."--Page [4 of cover].
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