Uncle Tom's Cabin

How does "Uncle Tom's Cabin" relate to Honore de Balzac's quote "Equality may perhaps be a right, but no power on earth can ever turn it into a fact"

Please provide no more than three examples from the novel.

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Mas'r Legree, as ye bought me, I'll be a true and faithful servant to ye. I'll give ye all the work of my hand, all my time, all my strength; but my soul I won't give up to mortal man. I will hold on to the Lord, and put his commands before all,-die or live; you may be sure on't. Mas'r Legree, I an't grain afeard to die. I'd soon die as not. Ye may whip me, starve me, burn me, -it'll only send me sooner where I want to go.

I didn't mean literal quotes from the book but thank you.

And how does it relate to the quote (Agreeing of Disagreeing)