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by Harriet Stowe

Harriet Beecher Stowe is considered by many to have written the most influencial American novel in history. When she met President Lincoln in 1862, he reportedly called her "the little lady who started this big war." Indeed, Uncle Tom's Cabin was the first social protest novel published in the…

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Posted By rachelle c #380058 at Aug 05, 2014 2:12 PM

What does Tom say to Legree that surprises him and sends a “thrill of amazement” through the other slaves?

In the book Uncle Tom's cabin What does Tom say to Legree that surprises him and sends a “thrill of amazement” through the other slaves?

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Posted By aaliyah c #337509 at Nov 03, 2013 1:53 PM

In the book Uncle Tom's Cabin cite incidents, from the end of this chapter, to support or refute the following statement: Tom has not lost his faith in God while living in this terrible place.

In chapter 32 of the book Uncle Tom's Cabin cite incidents, from the end of this chapter, to support or refute the following statement: Tom has not lost his faith in God while living in this terrible place.

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