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Uncle Tom's Cabin

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Department
English
Course
E 270
Professor
Zachary Hutchins
Semester
Spring

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31 March 1851/1852 Uncle Tom’s Cabin written Published serially March – released in novel form Worldwide bestseller Condemns fence-sitters Forced readers to choose a side Use of dialect – realism Characters are more well-rounded Narrative breaks with addresses to audience Humanizes characters Engages imagination Sentimentalism Sympathy, engages feelings 1848 Seneca Falls Convention – Declaration of Sentiment Morals associated with feelings Women Judgment Priva
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