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Uncle Tom’s Cabin

 Author: Harriet Beecher Stowe  Category: History  Download

“Uncle Tom’s Cabin” by Harriet Beecher Stowe is a powerful and influential novel that confronts the horrors of slavery in America. Published in 1852, Stowe’s narrative follows the lives of several enslaved individuals, including the titular character Uncle Tom, as they endure cruelty and injustice. Through vivid storytelling and poignant characterization, Stowe exposes the dehumanizing effects of slavery on both the enslaved and the enslavers. Her novel sparked national debate and contributed to the abolitionist movement, leaving an indelible mark on American literature and history. “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” remains a seminal work, challenging readers to confront the moral imperatives of equality and justice.