Chapter 12 Mixing with strangers. Why is she less pleased when he tells Atticus about Dill? Chapter 8: 1 Jem and Scout make a snowman of Mr. Nathan Radley know about the intruders in his garden? The church does not have Atticus discusses the Ku Klux Klan on pg. October 27 Bob Ewell attempts revenge on Judge Taylor and Helen Robinson. Scout does, however, see a slight move of the window shutter, as if someone was peeking, but she is not sure that she is not imagining it. Look at the things that Bob Ewell says, or Stephanie Crawford or consider the criticisms some people make of him. Is there a simple answer, or any answer, to the question How can you hate Hitler an then turn around an be ugly about folks right at home? If she talked like a white person at the church, or a black person around the Finches, she would seem out of place.
Dill cries at the cross-examination of Tom. These could be participants or observers. You can make use of almost anything he says. Dill comes back to Mayvcomb. Overall people in the curch are very welcoming and glad that they came. Summer 17 Heck Tate sheriff testifies, followed by Bob Ewell.
By having discretion as to what accent she uses when conversing with the people around her, she can hide evidence of her alternate lives. Name a recent public race relation issue in your city, state or in the United States. Did you have any apprehension? At the time the reader may think this is the wild laughter of a dangerous madman. Look at the things that Bob Ewell says, or Stephanie Crawford or consider the criticisms some people make of him. Is this a fair description of Atticus's own courage in trying to save Tom? What does she tell the narrator to do in regards to reading? About the novel To Kill a Mockingbird was first published in 1960.
Below are some headings with suggested comments - you can use these to organize your writing. Summer 17 Heck Tate sheriff testifies, followed by Bob Ewell. Year Time of year Chapter What happens Part 1 193 3 Early summer 1 Introduction. Do you think his threat is a real one, and how might he try to get Atticus? Do you think she'll be a good fit in Maycomb County? Find two or three examples which illustrate the emotional distance between them. Arthur has taken a kitchen knife - the only weapon he can find, evidently - and stabbed Bob Ewell, as he attacks the children.
Do you think that this is her view as she tells the story or her view when she was younger? One common criticism of the novel is that the black characters are idealized. She also does not recognize the stranger in her house until Atticus makes this clear to her. Chapter 6 Write out, as a script for a play, the conversation in which Mr. No, says Atticus, too old Think about the ambiguity - on the surface it seems to mean that Atticus is no longer strong and fit enough to fight; but also it might mean that fighting is not something that adults should do - which could imply that Bob has not grown up. What should she had done before school started to increase cohesiveness? The order is not necessarily the best one for you, so feel free to rearrange them.
Why does Miss Stephanie refer to a negro over whose head Mr. In the trial of O. What seems odd to the reader about this claim? Summer 18 Mayella Ewell testifies. Atticus Finch What people say about him One way to begin looking at Atticus's character is to read what other people say about him or to him. News comes of Tom's death.
Y ou rarely win, but sometimes you do. This was th reason why they don't have hymn books in their church. In the conclusion, however, Harper Lee brings the two narratives together - the stories are not separate. How does this affect her understanding of what happens on the way? But the idealization of the black community serves an important purpose in the novel, heightening the contrast between victims and victimizers. Heck Tate works out what has happened, and conceals Bob Ewell's flick-knife, in order to maintain that the kitchen knife was Ewell's weapon, on which he fell.
The mockingbirds in the book are Tom Robinson and Boo Radley 3. Atticus receives presents from black community. Truly, blacks are discriminated against and Jem and Scout witness it first hand when they visit Calpurnia's church. All these newspapers are named in the text. The stereotype of aristocratic white women is held up to ridicule - their virtue is seen as excessive delicacy, and they appear as selfish and hypocritical. Summer 16 The trial begins.
It is inferred from the sounds Scout hears and what Heck Tate discovers at the scene. Children try to get Boo to come out. The novel gives a huge range of such opinions, too many to list here. However, after Atticus shot a mad dog on his first attempt, Scout began to regard him with newfound admiration. Look at the speech beginning, This is their home, sister. If you were self-employed in a service-oriented business, would you take a similar form of payment? What are these attitudes or assumptions? Discuss whether you think it right for young people to be able to witness criminal trials. Atticus tells Scout and Jem is that it is a sin to kill a mockingbird because they don't affect you negatively in any way.
Maycomb is a close knit, old and The children later discover after Mrs Dubose passes away that she was battling a morphine addiction and that the reading was helping her to overcome the habit before she died. Jem typically addresses Atticus as sir in Chapter 4, Atticus insists on this. I think this is because Scout is younger and eager to share things with others without thinking of what might happen. Navigation Introduction This guide is written for teachers and students who are studying Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Using all the clues you can find, try to write the editorial as you think Mr.