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This illustration, depicting uncle tom's cabin antagonist simon legree looming over, and perhaps preparing to beat, tom, appeared in the. The london times is obviously not an american paper, but its review of uncle tom's cabin is included here because it was so widely reprinted and referred to in. The review of uncle tom's cabin in the october 1853 edition of the north american review raised the themes that would dominate criticism of. See, for example, [george holmes, frederick], book review, uncle tom's cabin, 18 s literary messenger 721, 723 (12 1852) google scholar. Formative task write a summary of the plot of uncle tom's cabin that source b : review of uncle tom's cabin published in the southern press review 4.
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