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    Explain and compare the effect of Harriett Beecher Stowe's and Frederick Douglass' writings on the American perception of slavery.

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    Harriet Beecher Stowe's writings on American slavery helped to shape the American perception of slavery, due to the fact that her book, Uncle Tom's Cabin, gave Americans a vivid view of slavery from the viewpoint of an author, presenting a narrative of the life of a slave, as it was told to her by a former slave. This book gave a deep ...

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    The expert examines American Perception of Slavery for Stowe and Douglass.