Slavery In Uncle Tom's Cabin By Douglass And Stowe

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During the times of slavery authors Douglass and Stowe helped audience members understand the meaning of slavery and why they push for the act of Freedom. Freedom back then was very scarce for slaves and it brought domesticity to argue that slavery was both un-Christian and destructive to family life. Both authors saw that slavery was not an option. Douglass himself was a part of slavery, but he later escaped to stop slavery. Stowe was a biblical woman, she stated that “slavery was evil and could no longer be tolerated”. In the short story, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Stowe purpose was to inform the people that slaves were being mistreated and no one was doing anything to help them. Stowe wanted the slaves to be free, so that they could be integrated
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