Death and Salvation
Death. How is it possible for such a minute word to affect millions of people on a daily
basis? Whether written in a book or personally experienced, death is always representative of
something unexpressed in life. For every individual death, there may be a variety of
interpretations, but the same must be said of every individual life. Harriet Beecher Stowe’s
Uncle Tom’s Cabin reveals the lives and deaths of many
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