Uncle Tom's Cabin Essay | Student Essay

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Uncle Tom's Cabin

Summary: Book report on Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Imagine a life where your life has been decided by other people. This is a life where you get to choose nothing, a life where you can't make choices, and a life where you are separated by your loved ones. Is this what America stands for? Is this why America fought Great Britain in the Revolutionary War, so we could be independent on gambling on the lives of others? This book clearly demonstrates how Americans were sold into slavery and how they were treated.

Uncle Tom, called "uncle" for reverence, is a well behaved slave and his masters the Shelby's respected him. He lived with his wife Chloe and their children in their own cabin until Mr. Shelby, who had to owe a slave trader named Haley money, decided to sell Tom and Harry. Harry was six years old and was the child of a mulatto slave...

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