Uncle Tom and George have a different fates , and Mrs. Stowe made a big contrast with the two different people . Uncle Tom is honest and honest , because of his faith , Christianity . He is also committed to being a slave , dedicated to his master , but cause his justice , he is not determined to be unjust and unfeeling . He always gets respect from others . On the other hand , In the Mrs. Stowe 's novel George is handsome , clever , brave , justice and very eager to freedom .
His narrative demonstrates the immorality of practices against slaves and very little acknowledgment on the practice of slavery itself. However, the organization of anti-slavery had not been established, which led to the belief of most individuals that it was a way of life. Equiano acknowledging that, that was not justifiable in slave mistreatment. Participating in slave trading might seem hypocritical at first, but he saw this as an opportunity to empower and build self-worth, while educating other slave so that they too, could earn their freedom. He witnesses the lesson of what is considered moral in Faith of a
Douglass focused on the true aspects of his life and showing what his life was really about. Douglass also contributed to this period while he did show some qualities in romanticism. He never softened the blow of his harsh words for the unsuspecting reader. Douglass spoke his mind and did not care who he offended by it, and this is how Frederick Douglass contributed to the Realism period in Literature. "The whisper that my master was my father, may or may not be true; and, true or false, it is of but little consequence to my purpose whilst the fact remains, in all its glaring odiousness, that slaveholders have ordained, and by law established, that the children of slave women shall in all cases follow the condition of their mothers; and this is done too obviously to administer to their own lusts, and make a gratification of their wicked desires profitable as well as pleasurable; for by this cunning arrangement, the slaveholder, in cases not a few, sustains to his slave the double relation of master and father” (947).
Clare, Tom’s master in New Orleans, is a thoughtful male against slavery, whereas he is also a complete hypocrite. The painful experience of St. Clare shapes his personality capricious and suspicious. St. Clare has sarcastic about himself, a vegetarian who cannot give up having meat, representatives against slavery who relies on the comfort provided by the cruel system. Marie St. Clare is an indifferent woman who only is concerned with herself. However, her daughter, Eva is presented as a little angel.
This shows the trust between the characters in the book, meaning that Paul and Rosie could have been with someone who they have never seen in their lives before, but since they have heard good things about Charles Henderson that’s why they trust him. Also another important thing in this book I think is perseverance. I think this is one of the important thing in the book because when Charles Henderson was with Marc, Marc wasn’t confident that he could break into the German intelligence outpost. “There is no chance unless you take one.” This quote shows
Lee favored offensive Napoleonic warfare tactics as opposed to defensive strategies. He also despised the use of paid spies. There were advantages and disadvantages to his loose commanding style. This style was good because it showed his trust in his men to execute their orders without him needing to overwhelm them by micromanaging. The downside of this commanding style was that his complete trust in his men would often result in disappointment and Lee being left blind in enemy territory for days.
Andrew Jackson was human and not perfect by any means. He had his struggles and faults but ended up being more liked than hated. With that being said, one of his greatest accomplishments was his resolution of the nullification crisis. Jackson wanted to put a tariff on imported goods, so it would protect American businesses in the North. However, the South highly disagreed with the tariff because it would hurt their export of crops to foreign countries.
In the novel when Master George is telling Tom that he will seek revenge on those who killed him Tom say "Hush, Mas 'r George!—it worries me! Don 't feel so! He ain 't done me no real harm,—only opened the gate of the kingdom for me; that 's all! (421).” In this instance somehow Tom does not have any resentment towards Legree only love and devotion, just as Uncle Tom had for everyone else in the novel. When people read this they aspire to be as good as a Christian as Uncle Tom was.
Langston Hughes shows that he is aware the American dream is there and knows that it was intended to be equal but it simply was not due to racist and close minded people. Some people gave up on the American dream and knew that it was too far out of reach but Langston Hughes reiterated that in his poem that the American dream is still there and well alive for the taking for anyone who is willing to work for it. Langston Hughes was also quick to point out the difficult path it was for a person of African descent to gain it but that didn 't stop him from reiterating the fact that it is there and there to be taken. To me, I see Langston Hughes as a man that sees a problem and simply wants to make it known an address is in so that everybody sees what he sees. I also see a Visionary and him, how he sees that America can one day be what it was meant and
Immediately following its release, Uncle Tom’s Cabin ignited the passion and sympathy of the people who only thought of slavery as a practice they had no say in. The difference between these previous abolitionist works and Uncle Tom’s Cabin, was that “‘ It [previous abolitionist works] didn’t carry conviction […] that results in action”’ (qtd. in