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Uncle Tom's Cabin/Augustine St. Clare's Quotes about Slavery

In Uncle Tom's Cabin, by Harriett Beecher Stowe discuss why Augustine St. Clare believed slavery was worst for the master than for the slave and the concepts that slaves are better off with their masters than they would be on their own.

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In Uncle Tom's Cabin, by Harriett Beecher Stowe, I strongly interpret Augustine St. Clare's proclamations that "slavery was worst for the master than for the slave" in terms of spiritual terms and religious meaning. Since Augustine's name, to me, actually embodies highly symbolic, religious meanings, perhaps to represent Saint Augustine, I relate this statement to the fact that the evil that masters commit will be judged by God ultimately and that the ...

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This solution contains 300 words of personal notes on the interpretation of some quotes from 'Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriett Beecher Stowe'. The posting briefly discusses why Augustine St. Clare believed that slavery was worst for the master than for the slave and the concepts that slaves are better off with their masters than they would be on their own.

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