In chapter 9 of the book Uncle Tom's Cabin why is Mrs. Bird particularly moved by Eliza's problem?
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Answered by Aslan
The scene in the doorstep, in which Eliza faints while clutching her child, is meant to elicit the reader's sympathy just as it sways the heart of Senator Bird and his wife. Protecting these slaves appeals to her Christian sensibilities.