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Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Harriet Beecher Stowe

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Context

Plot Overview

Character List

Analysis of Major Characters

Themes, Motifs & Symbols

Summary & Analysis

Chapters I–V

Chapters VI–IX

Chapters X–XIII

Chapters XIV–XVI

Chapters XVII–XIX

Chapters XX–XXIII

Chapters XXIV–XXVIII

Chapters XXIX–XXXIII

Chapters XXXIV–XXXVIII

Chapters XXXIX–XLV

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Just a comment on the analysis

by mar_vin_kaiser, June 15, 2014

In the analysis of Chapters XXIV–XXVIII of Uncle Tom's Cabin, would it be ok if the reference to Uncle Tom's death was removed? It was really a spoiler for me, reading each analysis after finishing the set of chapters for that analysis, and I think other readers won't like these kinds of spoilers as well. Thanks and

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Attitudes

by valdeline, December 13, 2014

Which chapters would you say describes, Simon Legrre, Miss Ophelia and Eva's attitude towards slavery?