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Sowing and Reaping

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"Sowing and Reaping is a powerful and thought-provoking collection of essays by Frances E. W. Harper. Through her poignant and honest reflections, Harper addresses the injustices faced by African Americans and exposes the harsh realities of racism and slavery. Her writing is both eloquent and impactful, urging readers to confront their own biases and work towards creating a more just society. The themes of resilience, hope, and the importance of fighting for equality resonate throughout the book, making it a must-read for anyone interested in social justice and human rights. Harper's words are timeless and continue to hold relevance in today's world, making this book a valuable addition to any library."

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This novel is subtitled A Temperance Story, which identifies explicitly the focus of the work. Frances Harper is a Christian moralist and uses her writings for didactic purposes. Here she contrast two couples, one, Belle and Paul, who do not drink and whose lives are happier and more productive, and the other, Jeanette and Charles, who lives are destroyed by the demon rum.

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