Uncle Tom's Cabin

George is worried that the Hallidays are putting themselves at risk by helping him and his family. How does Simeon put George’s mind at ease?

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Simeon puts George's mind at ease by saying, "Fear nothing, George, for therefore are we sent into the world. If we would not meet trouble for a good cause, we were not worthy of our name."

"But, for me," said George, "I could not bear it."

"Fear not, then, friend George; it is not for thee, but for God and man, we do it," said Simeon.


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