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Uncle Tom's Cabin Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

It is the same dreary February afternoon when Mr. Wilson, the slave, George's former employer at the factory, enters a tavern in Kentucky. During conversation with another patron at the bar, Mr. Wilson reads the flyer announcing a reward for George's capture. Whoever produces George or some suitable proof of his death will be rewarded with four hundred dollars.

Soon after a stranger who looks to be a Spanish man enters the tavern accompanied by his servant. The new man, who is introduced as Henry Butler, exchanges a knowing look at Mr. Wilson and Mr. Butler invites Mr. Wilson to a private meeting in the back of the building. It is then that Mr. Butler reveals that he is actually George Harris, Mr. Wilson's former worker, who is traveling in disguise on his way to Canada.

Mr. Wilson is amazed at George's audacity and tries to talk...

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