Uncle Tom 's Cabin By Harriet Beecher Stowe

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Uncle Tom’s cabin Uncle Tom 's Cabin from the author Harriet Beecher Stowe, was first published in 1852 was a book that tackled the repulsive acts of slavery. In this paper I will discuss my overview and opinion on this book. It is clear if you have a general idea of this book you would know how to this novel ultimately inspired the civil war. As said by our 16th Abraham Lincoln when he met the author “so you’re the women who brought this Great War” Uncle Tom’s cabin has had a great influence on this country and all ethnic backgrounds. I believe this book to be one of the utter most prestigious book in the history of the United States as it collided with the big issue of racism and slavery in this country. Now in the 21st century it is a…show more content…
Some have even said that the book is seen more often in a negative light because of creating so many stereotypes that some people underestimate and even forget the novel’s powerful role as an anti-slavery tool. This book is a testament to its time. The result would be that remarkable phenomenon, Uncle Tom 's Cabin. It would be unlike any other book published in the 19th-century United States: "The Greatest Book of Its Kind" [2] the books historical background is backed by decades of slavery as the time the book was written history was in the making as it influenced the nation.
Harriet Beecher Stowe was born June 14, 1811, in Litchfield, Connecticut. Destined to accomplish great things she was born one of 13 siblings under her father minister and religious leader Lyman Beecher. She accomplished global glory for her work on anti-slavery book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, which propelled the nation into awe and started turmoil before the Civil War. Harriet 's main interest was literature but also had a strong belief in abolition. Prior to her works on novels she studied at a university that was previously just for young men. Harriet Beecher Stowe followed in her followed in her father 's footsteps as she spread her religious beliefs and was an active abolitionist during the Cincinnati riots of 1836. While being an active abolitionist she gained a strong relationship with another member of her founded SEMI-Colon Club Calvin Ellis Stowe. They married January 6, 1836 and eloped to a
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