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Huckleberry Finn Vs. Uncle Tom's Cabin

Summary: When Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Toms Cabin, she was trying to speak out against slavery in her own way. Mark Twain did the same kind of thing against society when he wrote Huckleberry Finn. They both used satire to almost make fun of the way society went about doing things. The ideas of these books are similar but they are both very unique.
When Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Toms Cabin, she was trying to speak out against slavery in her own way. Mark Twain did the same kind of thing against society when he wrote Huckleberry Finn. They both used satire to almost make fun of the way society went about doing things. The ideas of these books are similar but they are both very unique.

Both Uncle Tom and Jim are to be sold because even though they are very close with their "owners", they have to be sold because of money problems. Both have been secure in their homes and have families when they find out that they will be sold down south. The authors are trying to show the wrong in just uprooting a human being for money and shipping him off to the unknown. The authors do not come out and say...

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