Does Uncle Tom's Fate Have A Significant Influence On Abolishing Movement Of Slavery

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Uncle Tom’s Cabin was written by Harriet Beecher Stowe after the Fugitive Slave Act, which also had a significant influence on abolishing movement of slavery in America.

In this book, Ms. Stowe acknowledge that the slavery does depend on the birth and geographical circumstance, but all these factors can not be the reason to supporting the slavery. All the circumstance and chance serve to the plot development. For example, if Mr. Shelby have no financial problem, he would not sell Uncle Tom and Little Harry. Thus, Tom’s fate would be totally changed. he would not meet Little Eva and become her friend; he would not meet Simon Legree and encounter brutal treatment; he would live a happy life in Mr. Shelby’s plantation and gradually get old. However,
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