Tom had been standing wistfully examining the multitude of faces thronging around him, for one whom he would wish to call master... A little before the sale commenced, a short, broad, muscular man, in a checked shirt considerably open at the bosom, and pantaloons much the worse for dirt and wear, elbowed his way through the crowd, like one who is going actively into a business; and, coming up to the group, began to examine them systematically.
What novel does the above excerpt come from?
A. Huckleberry Finn
B. The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
C. Their Eyes Were Watching God
D. Uncle Tom's Cabin
Uncle Tom's Cabin