Classic Readers: The Abolitionistsby John F. Hume
The book is basically the author’s personal experiences and recollections. It is a kind of string of pearl and
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The Abolitionists by J. F. Hume is inspired by the social and political events during the time. The opening chapter of the book was written during the Presidential Campaign and the writer wanted it to appear on the front page of a newspaper.
The book is basically the author’s personal experiences and recollections. It is a kind of string of pearl and every single pearl tries to outshine others present in the string.
The book is a journey backward into the historical past of the American Society and it leaves a very deep impact on the minds of the readers.
Opening with the first chapter “THEODORE ROOSEVELT AND THE ABOLITIONISTS” the book concludes with the most impressive chapter “ROLLS OF HONOR”.
Reading this book is really a lifetime experience.
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