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Lecture 012 - Uncle Tom's Cabin

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Department
English
Course Code
English 3667F/G
Professor
Stephen Adams

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Lecture 012Uncle Toms CabinOctober 26 2011UTC appears as a cultural protest novel dismissed from literary consideration for a long time but has now reentered the canonPanoramic dimension deals with geographical expanse territory Ohio River deep south plantations and social categories Aristocratic Saint Claires bourgeoisie bounty hunters poor black house servants field servants Gender structure Womans novel the plight of the black woman and the plight of the white woman Empathetic to motherhood relation with childrenSexual relations are only suggested in euphemistic hints Eliza has that kind of female beauty that is very dangerous for a black woman and valued more so in monetary terms because she can be sold to a master Whole sense of the relationship of the family and the dominance of male over female which is intensified by white over b
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