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Which of the following characteristics does the author use to make Uncle Tom "Christ-like"? 1his advanced age 2his dedication to family 3his self-sacrifice 4 his relationship with George
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@ParthKohli @pooja195 @igreen @paki Can someone help skyler
ParthKohli
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Which book is this?

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ParthKohli
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Uncle Tom's Cabin?
anonymous
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uncle toms cabin
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yes
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Christ figure - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christ_figure Wikipedia For instance, the character might display one or more of the following traits: performance of ... He likes to go off on his own (as Jesus did, going into the desert); he "wrestles with the devil" in the form of his ... a feat that leaves him with a Christ-like scar on his forehead (instead of his hands .... “Heroines in Uncle Tom's Cabin. Uncle Tom's Cabin - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ... https://simple.wikipedia.org/.../Uncle_Tom's_Cab...Simple English Wikipedia Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly is an anti-slavery novel by Harriet ... In these days, it has been praised as a very important help to anti-slavery. .... George, Eliza, and Harry have finally reached Canada and become free. .... Stowe used him to show that slavery makes everyone who does it become wicked - not ...
iGreenHacked
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Did you read your assignment (medal me )
anonymous
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i know some stuff about uncle tom
anonymous
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do yall know anything about the Odyssey book @iGreenHacked @skylerthompson
anonymous
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It may be inferred that minstrel shows were racist because they presented African American characters as _____. 1intelligent 2foolish 3rebellious 4Christian
anonymous
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answers?
iGreenHacked
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Minstrel shows lampooned black people as dim-witted, lazy, buffoonish, superstitious, happy-go-luckyand musical. The minstrel show began with brief burlesques and comic entr'actes in the early 1830s and emerged as a full-fledged form in the next decade. By 1848, blackface minstrel shows were the national artform, translating formal art such as opera into popular terms for a general audience Looks like they hated africans @skylerthompson
anonymous
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thanks
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Click that medal button @skylerthompson
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Identify the line from “On Beholding the Mountain” that employs personification. As all alone I stand, when from beyond The mount our heav’n-sent monarch’s throne doth crown. here breathes the twilight wind and turns my sleeve. On this long toilsome road; I burn, I burn! answers?
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hey can i get some help @iGreenHacked
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Read the excerpt below and answer the question. If any of you refined and Christian readers object to the society into which this scene introduces them, let us beg them to begin and conquer their prejudices in the catching business, we beg to remind them, is rising to the dignity of a lawful and patriotic profession. If all the broad land between the Mississippi and the Pacific becomes one great market for bodies and should, and human property retains the locomotive tendencies of this nineteenth century, the trader and catcher may yet be among our aristocracy. (p.61) What word best describes the tone of the passage above? joyful outraged ironic
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joyful @skylerthompson click that medal button

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