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Posted May 7, 2009
Harriet Beecher Stowe is well known as the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin. It is too bad that her other tale, Dred, was not as well recognized, for Dred is a much stronger worker of art. Both novels' theme was antislavery. Stowe allowed the scenes of Dred to speak for themselves. Dred is a black revolutionary. The other lead character is the mistress of the slave plantation. The conflict between the races is cleverly demonstrated in this novel.
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