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Halloween and

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Emily Ragauss

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Transcript of Halloween and

Halloween Pageants and Walks in the Dark
How are Scout and Jem growing up?
“‘Ain’t you scare of haints?’ We laughed. Haints, Hot Steams, incantations, secret signs, had vanished with our years as mist with sunrise.” (292)
Why does Mr. Ewell have a grudge against everybody?
"'I don't like it Atticus, I don't like it at all,' was Aunt Alexandra's assessment of these events. 'That man seems to have a running grudge against everyone connected with the case. I know how that kind are about paying off grudges, but I don't understand why he should harbor one-he had his way in court, didn't he?’”(286-287)
Summary
Everything is back to normal by mid-october, but three strange events occur. First, Bob Ewell acquires and loses a job and blames it on Atticus. Secondly, someone breaks into Judge Taylor’s house. Lastly, Bob Ewell starts to follow Helen Robinson to work every morning, so she tells her boss, Link Deas, and he threatens Ewell. Scout looks forward to the Halloween pageant at school. Scout, dressed as a ham, goes with Jem to the pageant. She misses her entrance to the pageant but the crowd laughs. On their way home, Jem and Scout are attacked by a mysterious person, and breaks Jem’s arm. Bob Ewell is found dead under the tree with a knife in his ribs.
Grammar Quiz
1.
When we reached the auditorium
, the whole town was there…
2. We were about
to purchase
a blob of taffy…
3. I soon learned, however,
that my services would be required on stage that evening.
4. We had slowed
to a cautious gait
, and were feeling our way forward so as not to bump into the tree.
5. He like to tell things his own way,
untrammeled by state or defense
, and sometimes it took him a while.
Answers
1. adverb clause
2. infinitive
3. noun clause
4. adverb phrase
5. participial phrase
Why do you think Link Deas is protecting Helen Robinson?
“‘I know every last one of you’s in there a-layin’ on the floor! Now hear me, Bob Ewell: if I hear one more peep outa my girl Helen about not bein’ able to walk this road I’ll have you in jail before sundown!’ Mr. Link spat in the dust and walked home.” (286)
Vocabulary
annal- a record of events of a particular year (284)
diction- style of speaking or writing as dependent upon choice of words (285)
haint- ghost (292)
lichen- a type of fungus (296)
untrammeled- not deprived of freedom of action or expression (305)
Chapters 27 & 28
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