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Essay heading: 1/3 of uncle tom's cabin synthesis
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Stowe utilizes this technique for the purpose of contrasting Mr. Haley to Mr. Shelby and further confirming that Mr. Shelby is a positive character. As the novel develops Mr. Shelby transforms into a shameless person. After a lengthy conversation with his wife he states, “I have agreed to sell Tom and Harry both; and I don’t know why I am to be rated as if I were a monster for doing what everyone does every day” (41)...
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This statement portrays Shelby’s bemused state of mind. He is no longer the noble man he used to be. He does not seem to feel ignominious about dealing Tom and Harry’s lives away. The author also utilizes Mr. Shelby and other characters to display diverse views about life during the antebellum period, therefore, impacting the readers’ emotions...
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