Augustine St. Clare Analysis

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Part 1 (Harriet Beecher Stowe “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”. In the event of embracing Augustine St. Clare’s theory concerning slavery and how slavery is worst for the slave holders than the slave, I do not agree with the character. However, when I meditate on the history and the purpose of slavery, St. Clare, may have a point. It’s not difficult to envision the life of a slave holder, and all of his/her responsibilities. Therefore, when I consider the lives of a slave master, and the mistress, I grasp the realization that slaveholders were also in bondage, and dehumanized individuals. In addition, both the slave and the slave masters depended on each other. Unfortunately, the relationships were not mutual, considering that a population of people were
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