Uncle Tom's Cabin

How is Hayley treated? Why does Stowe develop his characters as she does? How does he fit into the economy of slavery?


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Haley is feared by the slaves. He really personifies the soulless slave trader. Stowe develops his characters as a sort of benchmark of evil that other characters must react to and are articulated through the book. Hayley represents the handling commodity in human trafficking. He is really a ghastly individual.