Uncle Tom's Cabin:
Inside Harriet Beecher Stowe's Cabin
Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin portrays complicated relationships between Blacks and Whites in the antebellum period. Her purpose of writing this novel is to point out that how destructive slavery is to African-American people and that slavery should be condemned. By hearing that " Christian and humane people actually [recommend] the remanding escaped fugitives into slavery, as a duty binding on good citizens, - [...], - she could
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stereotypes that make Blacks inferior and tear down her own purpose. Moreover, stereotypes reveal her attitude about racism. She still views Blacks as lower class population in societies, although she never says it directly. All of these stereotypes eventually weaken Uncle Tom's Cabin. The author herself does not truly believe in potential of African-American people, and how can she convince other people to see them as people with equal rights, not as slaves right now?