Analysis of Uncle Tom’s Cabin
The book, Uncle Tom’s cabin, takes the reader through two very different insights of slavery: the conquest of freedom and the decline of Uncle Tom. Stowe places the reader in the story by including every aspect that a slave would live through. She expresses religion and mortality from both the south and the north. Stowe shows the treatment of slaves living in all kinds of conditions.
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by Mr. Shelby, sold to St. Clare, and then, drastically lived in opposite measures that of Simon Legree. He like Jesus Christ sacrificed himself for others. He was hung up to what seemed a cross and whip almost to death.
Stowe mainly intended this book for whites to read about the cruelty of slavery. She evenly covers every imaginably aspect of that time. Therefore, I feel that the book was well rounded in every way.