Uncle Tom's Cabin By Harriet Beecher Stowe: Character Analysis

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Throughout Harriet Beecher Stowe’s writing, she inserted Christianity in almost every character. In “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”, all the characters who believe in Christianity have show how their thoughts conflict with those slavery laws. Their thinking of Christian Ethics are not for but against slavery. Also, all the Christian characters reflected that the Bible was changed for justify white people’s sin at that time.

Elisa is a female slave in Mr. Shelby’s plantation, and she was converted to Christian. In Chapter IV, when George came to Elisa and told her his plan of escaping from his owner who is envy about George’s achievement and treated him harsher, it is the first scene shows that some ethics were made to justify slavery. “I always thought

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