Uncle Tom’s Cabin


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      “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” is a novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe. It was first published in serial form in an abolitionist newspaper in 1851-1852 and later as a book in 1852. The novel played a crucial role in shaping public opinion about slavery in the United States and is often credited with influencing the abolitionist cause.


      “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” is a powerful anti-slavery narrative that portrays the harsh realities of slavery, including the separation of families, the cruelty of slave owners, and the dehumanization of enslaved individuals. The novel tells the story of Uncle Tom, an enslaved African American man, and his experiences under different masters. The narrative also follows other characters, such as Eliza Harris, who escapes slavery with her son, and the villainous Simon Legree, a brutal plantation owner.

      The novel had a significant impact on the abolitionist movement. Its emotional portrayal of the suffering endured by enslaved people helped mobilize public sentiment against slavery, particularly in the Northern states. It gained widespread popularity not only in the United States but also internationally. Translations and adaptations spread its anti-slavery message to other countries.

      The novel is considered a significant work in American literature and is credited with contributing to the start of the Civil War by bringing attention to the moral issues surrounding slavery. It remains an important historical document and is studied for its impact on American history and culture.

      “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” remains an influential and controversial work that played a pivotal role in the fight against slavery and the broader movement for social justice.

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      Publisher : Book.io

      Series : Banned Book-A-Day

      First Publication Date : 1852

      Author : Harriet Beecher Stowe

      Genres: Classics, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Novel

      Language : English

      Word Count : 174,000

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

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      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

      Author Info

      Harriet Beecher Stowe

      Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811–1896) was an American author, social reformer, and abolitionist best known for her novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin," which played a significant role in shaping public opinion against slavery in the United States. Stowe began her literary career by contributing to various publications. However, it was her novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin" that brought her widespread recognition and success.
      Stowe was actively involved in various social and political causes, including women's right… Read More

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