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Uncle Tom's Cabin Overview

Summary: This essay is about Tom and how his actions affect the story.
Uncle Tom's Cabin (by Harriet Beecher Stowe) is about a humble man name Tom who is a slave that belongs to the Shelby family. Tom is the most reliable slave in the Shelby household and is very much respected, but because of debt problems Mr. Shelby is forced to sell him. While he is transported to a slave market he meets a little white girl name Eva. Her father St. Clare agrees to buy him. Tom becomes very invaluable to the St. Clare household but becomes very close to Eva. Soon Eva gets very ill and soon dies. St. Clare decides to set Tom free, but before he can he is stabbed to death, so Tom is sold to a cruel slave owner man named Simon Legree. Legree doesn't like Tom when he refuses to whip a fellow slave as ordered. Tom receives a severe beating...

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