Avery and made the snowman fat and angry. Atticus asked Calpurina the family cook if she wanted to stay at their house for the night or if she wanted to go home. Their curiosity and the drama game they create shows how desperately they wanted to find answers to their questions about Boo in the absence of any real information or knowledge. Chapter 10 Written by Sabrina, Sanskar, Anonymous, Anonymous Scout thought Atticus was unable to do anything. There is a fire at Miss Maudie's house. Miss Maudie is saved, Though her house had caved.
They find gum and pennies. The trial of Tom Robinson takes place. Tom Robinson could potentiallybe the mockingbird since he does nothing wrong and only helps, butis still killed for someone else's crime. He puts himself in peril three times: trying to peek in the Radleys' window, helping Scout and Dill get to safety, and returning to the Radley yard to retrieve his pants. Atticus gets a lot of food at his door step.
She can visualize things from his perspective now, as Atticus once advised her to do, and from his front porch, she imagines how he has seen the years pass, and watched herself, Jem and Dill grow up. Christmas comes for Jem and Scout, without anticipation They have to go to Finch's Landing, to be with their relations Scout and Jem were angry, but they took it back When on a train arrived their favourite Uncle Jack! So on Dill's last nightin Maycomb, after watching pee off of his porch, Jem and Dill convinced Scout to go with them over to the Radley place and sneak up to the house to look in the window. Some include the rabid dog incident, Fire in the street, racism and socialprejudice, trial and death of Tom Robinson, Attack on Scout andJem, and many many more. There are numerous significant events that occurred throughout thenovel. However, Scout doesn't feel sorry for her considering her unfriendly treatment that morning. Jem and Scout got a basket and began racking dirt and snow into it. Dill has returned to his family in Meridian, and Scout eagerly awaits her first day of school.
Though the other boys were sent to industrial school for punishment, and ironically received excellent educations, Arthur Radley's family preferred to keep him hidden inside the home. Boo also puts the gifts in the knothole. They are almost home, near the dark shadow of the tree by the Radleys' house, and are trying to walk faster. Scout learns that the man who rescued Jem and Scout is Boo Radley, the man they had been scared of for a long time. It sounds like the person behind them is wearing thick cotton pants. Sometimes, it is in everyone's best interests to bend the law in special cases. Part One Chapter 1 The chapter opens with the introduction of the narrator, Scout Jean Louise Finch, her older brother Jem Jeremy , and their friend and neighbor, Dill Charles Baker Harris.
The next day, Jem and Dill hatch a plan to leave a note for Boo in the Radley's window, using a fishing line. Radley says that he filled it because the tree was dying. We see themes such a racial inequalities as the balcks had no the nicest of churchs. Scout sees a roly-poly bug and goes to kill it. Why does Scout beat up Cecil Jacobs? How is Calpurnia a good influence on Scout? Radley is waiting outside with his gun so he can shoot at the next sound he hears.
She is excited about the prospect of finally starting school, but her first day of first grade leaves her extremely disappointed. For instance, when various domesticated animals are mutilated and killed, townspeople still suspect Boo even after Crazy Addie is found guilty of this violence. In the trial, everyone s … peaks their words. Alarmed, Atticus asks them if they were playing cards. Jem cuts up all of Mrs.
The children return home, where they encounter a collection of neighborhood adults, including Atticus, Miss Maudie, and Miss Stephanie Crawford, the neighborhood gossip. Atticus tells Jem to act like a gentleman since Mrs. At lunchtime, Miss Caroline asks everyone who isn't going home for lunch to show her their lunch pails. Who does Sheriff Heck Tate infer he is protecting with the above explanation? After a couple days later they find another gift in the knothole. Why does Aunt Alexandra come to stay with the Finches? To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide Answers Chapter 1 1. The physical representation of this facet of childhood is represented in Jem's daring rush into the Radleys' yard, in which he enters a space that has been fundamentally condemned by the entire town. Ewell is lying outside dead with a kitchen knife in his ribs.
So Miss Maudie got some plastic and began wrapping her plants up. Analysis Maycomb's reaction to the news of Tom's death demonstrates how willingly the citizens interpret the actions of one black person negatively in order to maintain their social construct of subjugating the black population. It seemed like the whole town was there to help. When Atticus understands the sheriff's motivation, he relents, realizing that it is in everyone's best interests to allow Boo to unofficially punish the Ewell's for the crime of trying to send Tom to his death. Dill, the new kid in town, represents an outside influence upon the children that affects them deeply, whereas the family history Scout recounts is a more inexorable pattern which existed long before the children were born. One reason that Dill dwells in fantasy rather real life is that nothing can be as frightening in fantasy as it can be in reality. As they walked into the house, Atticus was upset at the children because he told them to stay in place.