Harriet Beecher Stowe biography

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January 16, 2015

 

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When she wrote Uncle Toms Cabin the south had hatred towards her while the north liked her for the writing of the book. Harriet married Calvin Stowe, a professor and clergyman. He also opposed slavery. Together, they housed fugitive slaves, and encouraged each other in their writing. Calvin wrote only one book to Harriet's many, but he urged her to establish her own writing career; he even became her literary agent in both the United States and England...
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He also opposed slavery. Together, they housed fugitive slaves, and encouraged each other in their writing. Calvin wrote only one book to Harriet's many, but he urged her to establish her own writing career; he even became her literary agent in both the United States and England. She had seven children...
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