Parallels And Contrasts In Uncle Tom's Cabin

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Uncle Tom’s Cabin: Parallels and Contrasts When writing Uncle Tom’s Cabin, the author Stowe used the stories of Eliza and Tom to describe the two different endings of the two slaves. They shared the same backgrounds: they were the slaves of Mr. Shelby and were going to be sold to Haley for money. Eliza, who chose to escape after hearing the decision made by Mr. Shelby, finally found freedom in Canada. Tom, who chose to bear the hardship after hearing the decision, was abused to death by Legree. The author wanted to tell the audiences that the toleration was not useful towards the darkness and asked more people to support the abolitionism. Eliza, as the mother of Harry, wanted to protect her son immediately after hearing the massage which Mr.
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