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Reviews - What do customers think about La Cabana del Tio Tom (Spanish Edition)?
malisimo May 16, 2000
este libro carece de virtudes artisticas y o literarias. su unica importancia proviene de que fue publicado en los albores de la guerra civil norteamericana que significo el fin de la esclavitud y la derrota del sur. la escritora narra una historia absurda y un personaje totalmente sumiso y sin sentido. LUIS MENDEZ