Uncle Tom's Cabin - Chapters 43 and 44 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 43 and 44 Summary

It is now five years later and Madame de Thoux and Cassy have been reunited with George and Eliza who still live in Canada. Cassy is overjoyed to see her daughter, Eliza, and two grandchildren, Harry and Little Eliza, who has been born to the Harrises in Canada. George's sister, Madame de Thoux, has a fortune left to her by her West Indian husband and she finances a trip to France for the entire family, including Emmeline, who falls in love and marries a sailor. Eventually the Harris family travels to Africa to become missionaries. Back in New England, Miss Ophelia has successfully provided an education and freedom for Topsy who also becomes a missionary in Africa.

The saddest part of the story's close is the revelation of Uncle Tom's death to Aunt Chloe and all the others at the Shelby plantation. Completely saddened and...

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