In Uncle Tom's Cabin, the most brutal of the slave owners, Simon Legree
, hails from Vermont, as does Augustine St.
In handling their slaves, plantation mistresses could be as mean-spirited as the most vicious Simon Legree
. That toughness in Southern women, as mentioned above, could devolve into outright sadism, utter indifference to slaves as human beings.
being the obvious exception, essentially the devil incarnate),
Given that some studies have shown that aging might strengthen the sensory-cognitive link (e.g., Baltes & Lindenberger, 1997; Lindenberger & Baltes, 1994; Salthouse et al., 1996) and that other studies (e.g., Deary, Egan, Gibson, Austin, Brand, & Kellaghan, 1996; Detterman & Daniel, 1989; Legree
, Pifer, & Grafton, 1996) have reported findings supporting Spearman's dedifferentiation hypothesis (i.e., ability structure tends to be more correlated at the low ability level), we further analyzed the links between g and the sensory measures with respect to age and ability level.
Wright) looks at us as, probably, like we're Simon Legree
or something ...
Clare is the cosmopolitan cynic; Simon Legree
is the villain.
These include tacit knowledge (Polanyi, 1946, 1976; Wagner, 1987; Wagner & Sternberg, 1985, 1987), social intelligence (Barnes & Sternberg, 1989; Chapin, 1939; Horpfner & O'Sullivan 1968; Keating, 1978; Legree
, 1995; Marlow, 1986; Wagner & Sternberg, 1987; Walker & Folley, 1973), emotional intelligence (Salovey & Mayer, 1990; Mayer & Salovey, 1993), interpersonal intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence (Gardner, 1983), common sense (Sternberg, Wagner, Williams & Horvath, 1995) and practical intelligence (Barnes & Sternberg, 1983; Ford & Miura, 1986; Walker & Foley, 1973).
Robert Bruhaker was a strong vocal presence as Mao and Richard Paul Fink, as Kissinger, brought some real terpsichorean flair to his Simon Legree
role in the "Red Detachment of Women" ballet.
!--Slavery from the master's point of view?
Dixon intended to refute Stowe's novel by turning Simon Legree
into a carpetbagger and defending the honor of the South, but many (though not all) reviewers saw his book as a superior successor to Stowe's.
WRs Jackson Wilson and Jordan Legree
and FB Ashton Robinson will be heard from.
By the end of the novel, his confrontation with Legree
asserted Tom's humanity with particular intensity.
Much of the novel and play deal with the effects of slavery on both the blacks and whites, but the main plot concerns Tom's being sold to the stern and cruel master, Simon Legree
, and Little Eva's love for him.