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What actually happened in the novel uncle tom's cabin that so affected nineteenth century audiences kim and becca discuss the plot and social implications. Uncle tom's cabin review: author: harriet beecher stowe pages: 629 the novel was, and is, controversial, abrasive in its demand for change, yet also. (47 stars 1442 reviews) among the most “banned” books in the united states, uncle tom's cabin or, life among the lowly is a novel by american author. [gamaliel bailey], review of uncle tom's cabin, the national era 15 april 1852 this thrilling story, from the accomplished pen of mrs stowe, has appeared.
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