Uncle Tom's Cabin, Eliza and Marie
This essay pertains to two women characters, Eliza Harris and Marie St. Clare, who are featured in "Uncle Tom's Cabin." The wrier argues that Eliza, a slave, fits with nineteenth century societal expectations for women as she is a good mother, a loving wife, and a devote Christian. Maria, a white plantation owner's wife, on the other hand, is selfish and cruel. Four pages in length, one source is cited.
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