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Welsh adaptation of 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'

William Rees1853

The National Library of Wales

The National Library of Wales
Aberystwyth, United Kingdom

'Aelwyd F'ewythyr Robert neu, Hanes Caban F'ewythyr Tomos', in English 'My Uncle Roberts Home, or the History of My Uncle Tom's Cabin', is a piece of anti-slavery literature, written by William Rees (Gwilym Hiraethog) and inspired by 'Uncle Tom's Cabin', written by American author and abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe. Like Stowe, through his literature, Rees called for the abolition of slavery in the Americas. Anti-slavery literature, such as this, helped to bolster and fund the abolition movement.

Details

  • Title: Welsh adaptation of 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'
  • Creator: William Rees
  • Creator Lifespan: 1802/1883
  • Creator Nationality: Welsh
  • Creator Death Place: Chester, England
  • Creator Birth Place: Llansannan, Conwy, Wales
  • Date Created: 1853
  • Physical Location: The National Library of Wales
  • Location Created: Liverpool, England
  • Physical Dimensions: 17 cm
  • Original Language: Welsh
  • Subject Keywords: Slavery in literature; American literature; Translations into Welsh; Welsh literature; Welsh fiction
  • Type: Welsh Fiction
  • Publisher: Denbigh : Thomas Gee
  • External Link: View in NLW's Collections Viewer

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