In chapter 24 of the book Uncle Tom's Cabin how does Marie feel about Eva’s impending death?
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Marie, as a ploy for attention, begins to despair over the daughter she had never shown interest in before. Eva, on the other hand, is not concerned for herself but for the slaves, whose plight she has come to learn through her close friendship with Uncle Tom. She tells Tom that she wishes she could be like Jesus and die to free the slaves: "dying would end all this misery."