Tag Archives: Harriet Beecher Stowe

Love/Hate Relationship

Powerful. Compelling. Unsettling. Instructional. These and other descriptors depict my thoughts and feelings on pretty much every page of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Although I’d heard of Stowe’s well-known work for most of my life, I didn’t read it until this … Continue reading

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Answering Rosa’s Question

Our conversation went something like this. I say “something like this” because I’m not so  hot at dialogue, and my memory is imperfect. So is everyone’s, but that’s a story for another day. “How do you go about writing a … Continue reading

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