Anti-Slavery Fought Through Literary Works

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While the written word was used for political reasons, economic argument, scientific and religious debate on the slavery topic in 1800s America, it was the work of novels, both fiction and non-fiction works, that stayed within the view of Americans over a hundred and fifty years after the outbreak of the Civil War. Through the work of literary masterpieces, the argument of slavery exploded across the nation with the…

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Rebecca Graf

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Writer for ten years, lover of education, and degrees in business, history, and English. Striving to become a Renassiance woman. www.writerrebeccagraf.com

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