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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 DO YOU HAVE? WHICH BLACKBERRY ANDROID SERIOUS? DO YOULIKE IT? ARE YOU NO YES PHONE Uncle Tom's Cabin A guide to understanding By: Tehya Tovar The book Uncle Tom'sCabin was written by Harriet Beecher Stoweand published in 1852. Stowe write this book after moving to Ohio,she experienced the badtreatment of slaves andwas appalled. She belivied that allpeople were createdequal and that slaverycontradicted one of the ten commandments."...the enslavingof the African raceis a clear violationof the great law whichcommands us to loveour neighbor asourselves. Uncle Tom's Cabin tells the sories of Eliza and Uncle Tom's escape to freedom. Eliza runns from the plantation after she learns that Master Shellby has sold her only child,Harry. Tom acepts his fate and is taken by the trader to be sold down south leaving behind his wife and three childeren. Stowe wrote this book to convey the misery the slaves felt, she comunicated the theme "people should not be evil and inhumane twards others.'' Eliza, and Uncle Tom are the maincharacters in this book as well as theprotagonists. Haley, the slave catcher,and Simon Legree, Tom's cruel new master, are the main antagonists who, in the end are stopped by Eliza and Tom who became freed slaves. Shmoop Editorial Team. "Uncle Tom's Cabin Theme of SlaveryPage 1." ShmoopUniversity, Inc., 11 Nov. 2008. Web. 09 Oct. 2014.Stowe, Harriet Beecher, Frances Hodgson. Burnett, Felicia Hemans, and HeinrichSaure.Uncle Tom's Cabin byHarriet Beecher Stowe. Berl"Uncle Tom's Cabin." Uncle Tom'sCabin. N.p.,n.d. Web. 09 Oct. F.A. Herbig, 1902. Uncle Tom's Cabin uses literary devices such as; imagery,similies,and metaphoeres. Examples of these are, "His hands, large and coarse,were plentifully bedecked with rings;and he wore a heavy gold watch..." pg 7 imagery"...a handsome boy toopen doors,wait ,tend...and this littledevil... he's just an article..." pg 25 metaphore "...her gentle system of ethics seemed to bend like a reed inthe surges of such passion." pg 83 metaphore
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