Christ in "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Analytical Essay by jenni

Christ in "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
A look at the sympathy of Christ presented in "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
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The paper shows that "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe is not just a novel written about racial issues. Stowe brings alive the reality of religious conflict throughout this novel. This paper emphasizes sympathies of Christ. This includes preparing for His return, the rewards patience and kindness bring, and the process of completely dependence on God.

From the Paper:

"The sympathies of Christ present one of the main focuses of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Stowe sets out to create her characters with the teachings of Jesus and about the Christian responsibility to the oppressed. By focusing on the "sympathies of Christ" she found a way to unlock the hearts of people to the injustice of slavery. She wanted to awaken them from being mere spectators and uninterested judges, to make them feel "strongly, healthily and justly" on the matter."

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