Uncle Tom's Cabin - Study Guide Chapters 22, 23 and 24 Summary & Analysis

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It has been two years since Uncle Tom's arrival at the St. Clare mansion and the relationship between the slave and the little girl, Eva, has steadily grown. It is Eva's kindness and religious tendencies, which offer comfort to Tom who still misses his own family but is able to find contentment, in spite of his circumstances.

Every summer the St. Clare family takes up residence at their Lake Pontchartrain villa and Tom and Eva spend many hours at the lake reading the Bible and keeping company. One evening, during a particularly spectacular sunset, Eva senses a heavenly aura and tells Tom she will be going to heaven before long. Tom is chilled at Eva's proclamation because he has seen her weakening condition over the past several months and feels as if Eva knows something no one else could know. The author interjects some statements...

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