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In the book, Uncle Tom;s Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe has presented the separation of a family as being one of the cruelest evils of slavery through the characters of the novel. Primarily through the examples of Tom;s separation with his family, Eliza;s mothers protective instincts for her son as well as her separation with her husband, and the relationship between Ms. Ophelia and Topsy.
Uncle Tom is a Negro man whomfirst appears to be living in Kentucky as a slave on the Shelby plantation. Stowe presents him as ;he was a large, broad-chested, powerfully made man of a full glossy black, and a face whose truly African features were characterized by an expression of grave and steady good sense, united with much kindliness and benevolence.;(Page 21) Tom lives with his family, his wife, Aunt Chloe who is a plump and cheerful. She has a reputation for being the best cook in the neighborhood. Stow says, ;A cook she certainly was, in the very bone and centre of her soul.; (Page 20) They have three children, two boys and a girl. The two sons are Mose and Pete and their daughter who is at that time just a toddler named Polly. Among the other slaves, Uncle Tom serves as a kind of spiritual father. Stowe says, ;Uncle Tom was a sort of a patriarch in religious matters, in the neighborhood.;(Page 29) Stowe presents Tom clearly as a Christ-figure. Arthur Shelby is their master. He is kind and generous to his black slaves as long as the economy and their own personal finances are solvent. Unfortunately, he was faced with a financial crisis that according to him had no choice but to sell his most beloved and trusted black slaves, so his debts could be paid off. These slaves included Uncle Tom, and Harry. Mr. Shelby states to his wife, Well, since you must know all, it is so. I have agreed to sell Tom and Harry both; and I don;t know why I am to be rated, as if I were a monster, for doing what ev…