In chapter 9 of the book Uncle Tom's Cabin Mrs. Bird is normally a gentle, sympathetic woman. What circumstances must be present for Mrs. Bird to become passionate?
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Answered by jill d #170087
When things don't appear to be "Christian," she becomes passionate about her cause.
Answered by Aslan
She is against the new law making it forbidden to help escaped slaves. She protects Eliza.