Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe analysis

This is a paper that focuses on the Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe analysis. The paper also requires various topics address.

Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Purpose:
Firstly, identify key ideas, representative authors and works, significant historical or cultural events, and characteristic perspectives or attitudes expressed in the literature of different periods or regions.
Secondly, analyze literary works as expressions of individual or communal values within the social, political, cultural, or religious contexts of different literary periods.
Thirdly, write research-based critical papers about the assigned readings in clear and grammatically correct prose, using various critical approaches to literature.

Literature: Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Assignment:

• Write an analysis of one of the below topics:
Uncle Tom’s Cabin and also the novel of sentiment. In the essay be certain to define and explain how the novel meets the criteria of a novel of sentiment and how it helped Stowe serve her purpose in writing the novel.
Uncle Tom’s Cabin as a social protest novel. In the essay be certain to define and also explain how the novel meets the criteria for a social protest novel and explain how
it impacted the reader of the time helping to start the civil war.

Requirements:
• Firstly, the essay should be at least four pages and no more than six. The works cited page does not count towards the minimum length requirements of the essay.
• Secondly, you must research critical materials related to the literary works, the author, and the time period. Additionally, these are to be scholarly sources such as articles from journals, essays in anthologies, a book, a chapter from a book, biographical information, and historical information.

• A minimum of 2 scholarly secondary sources must be used in the paper.
o All sources must be scholarly (peer-reviewed)
o No internet sites. Please note that articles via the library’s online databases are not considering internet sources.   These are print articles access via the library’s online databases.
o No work overviews. You may not use any work overviews such as Cliff’s Notes, Monarch Notes, Masterplots, Barron’s Booknotes from AOL, or any other such “notes” as sources. You may not use encyclopedias.  If you are not sure about whether you should use a particular source, check with me.

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