Uncle Toms Cabin Research Paper

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Throughout the nineteenth and part of the twentieth century, Uncle Tom’s Cabin received many critical responses. In Britain and the Northern United States, critics had positive remarks while Southern critics had negative remarks, and thought she was violating their ladylike code. African American, either enslave or free, was encourage and saw Uncle Tom’s Cabin a way to fight against work. African American and white critics today had mixed emotion about the book because of its alleged racism. Academically, Uncle Tom’s Cabin was dismissed or ignored up until 1960 when the emergence of the Civil Right movement. Feminist critics saw Uncle Tom’s Cabin as political domination by white males and white women against slavery. Also, many feminist critics
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