I shuddered when Atticus started a fire in the kitchen stove. Atticus was talking about Scout; that she may not do what's best all the time but she tries. So far, this book is excellently written. And now Jem realize Mr. She is not a well educated girl and cannot speak good as well.
Give specific examples to support your thought. Or worse yet, Dill may have gotten lost, or kidnapped, and nobody would know how to find him because Dill never told his family where he was going. If so, provide specific details on the changes. How old are Scout and Jem when the story starts? To Kill a Mockingbird explores the questions of innocence and harsh experience, good and evil, from several different angles. When Atticus got back from the funeral Jem convinced Scout to ask him if he saw Arthur Radley, Aka Boo Radley. Are they realistic or idealized? Avery was ill because of the events. This importance of having a good family background is a theme that runs throughout the book.
If not, if you witnessed bullying would you tell an adult to stop the bullying? What does this say about Atticus' personality? He ran away because he dislike his new life style now that he had a new father. When he comes back Jem and Scout pounce on him to ask if he saw Boo in the flesh he didn't. Avery was the last one in the house. When ever Atticus asks her a hard question which she will lie about, she will cry and whine to the judge. Mayella and her father are similar in some ways, such as being hesitant when Atticus asked them questions. Analyze the trial scene and its relationship to the rest of the novel. I think she should just tell the truth.
Why… 1847 Words 8 Pages To Kill a Mockingbird Questions 1. When Scout looked under her bed she found Dill. This helps Tom's case because Mayella's and Bob's stories dont match. This comes as a shock as Dill is supposed to be in Meridian enjoying time with his mother and his new father. He knew it was irresponsible to allow Mrs Harris to worry, as she would once she realised Dill was gone. Scout is wrapped in a blanket that she didn't have when she left the house.
Who is their new friend? Next morning I awoke, looked out the window and nearly died of fright. Jem is considered a traitor because he, against all past secrecy between Jem, Dill, and Scout, told Atticus what Dill done. I think Boo because its his house and a mocking bird because its in the title of a story. He was hiding in the Finch's because he ran away from his home. Scout and Jem rushed outside and there was a thin layer of snow. Jem had no firm basis for his idea, he said it was merely a twitch. Contrast: How are they different? Jem scooped up an armful of dirt, patted it into a mound on which he added another load, and another until he had constructed a torso.
She is not telling the truth. How is important information communicated at your school? Every time they took a step in the snow it melted. If no, what have you been taught to do if it happens to you or your family? Underwood even had to be inside armed with shotgun. Atticus said her house was nearly all she had. As we drank our cocoa I noticed Atticus looking at me, first with curiosity, then with sternness.
Why do you think the perpetrators bullied this person? So Miss Maudie got some plastic and began wrapping her plants up. Based on the residents' beliefs, what caused this type of weather? He forfeited Dill's trust, even though he knew he would incur Dill's wrath, because he felt it was the right things to do. Her actions seemed very deceiving, for instance one moment she was crying and the next moments she was furious. He told Atticus everything from losing his pants to finding stuff in the knot of the tree to Nathan filling the hole with cement. Avery because they thinks he looks a lot like one. She seemed to think that Atticus was mocking her by the way he was talking to her, she felt hatred against him, but she also had feared him.
Just as the birds know where to go when it rains, I knew when there was trouble in our street. Atticus asked Calpurina the family cook if she wanted to stay at their house for the night or if she wanted to go home. At around 1 am Atticus woke up Jem and Scout because something was up. Lee also introduces bird symbolism into the novel in Chapter 8. The next morning Scout woke up and looked out the window and scram.