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Stowe and Slave Narratives

Summary: Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote a very realistic novel about slavery. She had a vivid, heartfelt and gruesome imagination. Her thoughts and were confirmed in the real life accounts of slavery written by Equiano, Jacob and Douglass.
Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote a very realistic novel about slavery. She had a vivid, heartfelt and gruesome imagination. Her thoughts and were confirmed in the real life accounts of slavery written by Equiano, Jacob and Douglass. The main point in Stowe's novel was the lack of regard for family unity by the masters and mistresses of the slaves. This is one of the most difficult, and gut wrenching issues to imagine as Equiano, Jacob and Douglass discuss their first hand encounters. Although the slaves are handed such a miserable life their faith in religion is unbelievably strong. Stowe makes several attempts to show how much the slaves relied on their religion. Equiano, Jacob and Douglass tell the reader how important God is in their lives and he is the reason they are able to endure the misery. Lastly, Stowe differs from the other writers because of...

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