Uncle Toms Cabin Pride And Prejudice Analysis

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In addition to Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Harriet has published many other different books. In 23 years before her death, Harriet lived as a neighbor to Mark Twain the famous author in Hartford, Connecticut. Currently, the building is maintained as the Harriet Beecher Stowe House. In Brunswick, Maine, where her famous novel was written, there is also a Harriet Beecher Stowe House. Harriet died 1896, July 1.
“According to the theory of conflict, society is a struggle for dominance among social groups (Open Stax, 2012).” In Uncle Tom’s Cabin George is a slave owned by Mr. Haley. Mr. Haley is the dominant group and George being in the subordinate group, he gets discriminated. The difference in power and the theory of prejudice is greatly shown in this novel. The idea of prejudice is a physical action against one because of his race or status. "Yes, Eliza, it's all misery, misery, misery! My life is bitter as wormwood; the very life is burning out of me. I'm a poor, miserable, forlorn drudge; I …show more content…

Haley at what he does and manages he gets treated inferiorly. "…Who made him my master? That's what I think of -- what right has he to me? I'm a man as much as he is. I'm a better man than he is. I know more about business than he does; I am a better manager than he is; I can read better than he can; I can write a better hand, -- and I've learned it all myself and no thanks to him (Beecher, 1852)…” Mr. Haley, however, knows he has more power and decides to abuse him and bring George down to his level. “…every chance he can get to insult and torment me, he takes. I thought I could do my work well, and keep on quiet, and have some time to read and learn out of work hours; but the more he sees I can do, the more he loads on (Beecher, 1852).”George gets mistreated because of his skin color. Mr. Haley thinks that he is superior. He follows the way of white supremacy which is the idea that white people are superior to

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