Uncle Tom's Cabin

Uncle Tom's Cabin, or Life Among the Lowly, is an anti-slavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin became the best selling novel of the 19th-century, selling over 300,000 copies in the first year. This novel forever changed American's views on slavery.

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Who wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin?

Uncle Tom's Cabin was written by Harriet Beecher Stowe and was first published in serial form by newspapers. Later it became a "stand -alone" novel in book form.

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How did uncle tom die in Uncle Tom's Cabin?

Simon Legree toms owner beat tom to death

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Who wrote Uncle Toms cabin?

Harriet Beecher Stowe

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What is Uncle Tom's Cabin description of event?

Slavery.

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What effect did Uncle Tom's Cabin have on public opinions?

People in the North thought even worse of slavery after reading Uncle Tom's Cabin. People in the South thought it was a book of lies and slavery, as a whole, wasn't at all like the situations they described.

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How did 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' play a role in the Civil War?

The novel of Uncle Tom's Cabin was written a full ten years before the US Civil War began. In the 19th century with slow communications, ten years is a very long time. It's impact on the war was minimal to none. Also, Harriet Beecher Stowe the abolitionist blamed the North and the South for the institution of slavery. The book sold well but it was a novel, not a documentary. Slavery was an evil but Uncle Tom's Cabin did not make 300,000 Northern soldiers lose their lives.

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What year was the Brunswick Edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin published?

It was published in 1852.

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What reference book contains a complete listings of synonyms and antonyms in Uncle Tom's Cabin?

A thesuarus

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Why was Uncle Tom's Cabin an overnight best-seller?

I'm not exactly sure that it was even an overnight bestseller, but the reason that it was so popular is that it exposed the true nature of slavery to the people living in the north for the first time. Before this book, the north's citizens only had a vague idea of what slavery was about and what was involved in it. When this book was published however, it was a real eyeopener for people.

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Why did the publication of Uncle Toms Cabin infuriate the South?

It showed that some slave owners were cruel.

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What was the name of the slave boss in Uncle Tom's Cabin?

Simon legree

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What event occurred 13 years after Uncle Tom's Cabin was written?

slavery was abolished

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How did Eva die in Uncle Tom's Cabin?

She was sick.

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How could Uncle Tom's Cabin have caused the Civil War?

it didn't. There were several causes that lead to the American Civil War, none of which were Uncle Tom's Cabin.

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What genre is uncle toms cabin?

novel

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Who dies in Uncle Tom's Cabin in chapter 6 and 8?

Maria and Billy

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What does uncle tomming have to do with Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beacher Stow?

== == Well, Uncle tom was a old man who liked jokes, so, Uncle tomming is cracking a joke Harriet Beecher Stowe

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How did the book Uncle Tom's Cabin influence national politics?

Harriet Beecher Stowe's book "Uncle Tom's Cabin" made the plight of the slaves personal and understandable to the northern non-slaveholder. The resulting public outrage against the southern slave owners helped unify the Union's resolve to ban slavery in the United States.

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Why should an abolitionist read Uncle Tom's Cabin?

Abolitionist would read Uncle Tom's cabin because the book talks about what is happening to slaves. They can actually know what is going on.

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How many pages is Uncle Tom's Cabin?

There are many editions of this Harriet Beecher Stowe classic. The Dover Thrift edition has 384 pages. The illustrated version has 404 pages.

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What effect did the publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin have on the US?

It was the best-seller that dramatised the slavery issue, especially the recent introduction of official slave-catchers, and the Abolitonist reponse to this: the system of safe-houses by which runaways were smuggled into Canada, and known as the Underground Railroad.

apex..............the murder of Harriet Beecher Stowe by a radical proslavery group.

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How did the North react to the book Uncle Tom's Cabin in 1852?

They were angered even more at the cruelties of slavery, causing a further split between the North and South

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Who is Eliza's mother in Uncle Tom's Cabin?

Eliza's mother is not mentioned in Uncle Tom's Cabin.

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Why is Uncle Tom's Cabin so popular?

It's popular simply because it was the first major publication that identified with the hardship of slaves before the civil war, which helped the emancipation movement gain momentum. It is not popular because it is particularly compelling or well written.

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What effect did Uncle Tom's Cabin have on the nation?

Uncle Tom's cabin had an effect on the nation because it made a deep emotional impact on slavery. This caused many people to free slaves. It also humanized slavery. It made people feel that slaves were people, not property. This is a huge impact on the nation's history and on its heart. The person who write this was named Harriet Beecher Stowe.

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