In chapter 28 of the book Uncle Tom's Cabin what does the last paragraph in this chapter imply about St. Clare’s final fate?
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Cheered by her words, St. Clare goes to a café downtown. A fight between two drunken men has erupted there, and St. Clare tries to intervene. He is wounded with a knife and carried home where he calls for Tom. He tells his faithful servant to pray. The plantation gathers together to mourn, but St. Clare himself is happy to die. He says he is "coming home, at last." Before he dies, he cries out for his mother. We get the feeling that St. Clare finally feels free of the hatred and is perhaps going to heaven to join his daughter.