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Dave's TKAM Annotations

Dave Shah Campesi 4th per

Nikunj Soni

on 4 April 2011

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The chapter starts at the pageant, where Scout basically messes up by falling asleep, and she ends up missing her cue to go onstage. Then, while Jem and Scout were on their way home, Scout gets scared, thinking someone is following them. Jem reassures her that no such thing is happening. It turns out, though, that someone is indeed following them, which we find out is Bob Ewell. Jem and Scout get attacks, and Jem is seriously injured. After the attack we find out that Bob Ewell is dead. By analyzing the words of the chapter we learn that the person who killed Bob Ewell to save the kids is probably Boo Radley. Summary “The weather was unusually warm for the last day of October. We didn’t even need jackets. The wind was growing stronger, and Jem said it might be raining before we got home. There was no moon” (Lee 341).

This foreshadow a darken mood . “High above us in the darkness a solitary mocker poured out his repertoire in blissful unawareness of whose tree he sat in” (Lee 342). “I discovered that if I bent my knees I could tuck them under my costume and more or less sit. I sat down, listened to Mrs. Merriweather’s drone and the bass drum’s boom and was soon fast asleep” (Lee 346). “She made me awful, but when Jem came to fetch me he was sympathetic… Jem was becoming almost as good as Atticus at making you feel right when things went wrong” (Lee 347). “We were nearly to the road when I felt Jem’s hand leave me, felt him jerk backwards to the ground. More scuffling, and there came a dull crunching sound and Jem screaming” (351). “It was slowly coming to me that there were now four people under the tree” (Lee 352). “’Atticus, is Jem dead?’” (353). “The man who brought Jem in was standing in a corner, leaning against the wall. He was some countryman I did not know. He had probably been at the pageant, and was in the vicinity when it happened. He must have heard out screams and come running” (Lee 356). “’Bob Ewell’s lyin’ on the ground under that tree down yonder with a kitchen knife stuck up his ribs. He’s dead, Mr. Finch” (Lee 357).
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