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 Harriet Beecher Stowe

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'Uncle Tom's Cabin' is a famous novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe. It tells of those times when the slave trade was legal in America. The life of the blacks was difficult. The slaves were always afraid that they would be sold to the South. There was the hardest work in the South and the owners were real tyrants. But not all slave owners thought that slavery was normal. There were planters who were kind to their slaves. This was Mr. Shelby, the owner of Uncle Tom. Due to many debts, Mr. Shelby had to sell several slaves. He also sold Tom. Now Tom is separated from his family. He doesn't know who he will get to. He doesn't know how they will treat him. But Uncle Tom always does the right thing and is faithful to his masters.

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