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To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 26 Analysis :)

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Kimberly Mena

on 31 March 2011

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To Kill A Mockingbird:
Chapter 26 Analysis
Kim Mena :) This is where I will put my summary. Summary:
School starts again. Scout and Jem start passing by the Radley place every day. Tom Robinson's trial still has a presence in the town. Miss Gates, Scout's third grade teacher, begins to lecture the class on Hitler's persecution of the Jews, democracy, and equality. Miss Gates makes a statement about prejudice and equality that confuses Scout, since she had recently heard her telling Miss Stephanie Crawford something that contradicted her lecture. She asks Jem about it , but he gets angry at her and tells her never to mention the trial again. Scout then appeals to Atticus for comfort. Events school started again. Scout was no longer afraid of the Radley place, but she still wants to see Boo Radley Cesil Jacobs presents his current event to the class, and Miss Gates corrects him several times. Scout notices a contradiction in what Miss Gates tells the class. Scout asks Atticus, then Jem to help clear out her confusion and misunderstanding Scout wants Atticus' comfort Quotes: "The Radley Place ceased to terrify me"(324). Summary:
School starts again. Scout and Jem start passing the Radley place everyday. Tom Robinson's trial leaves its footprint in Maycomb. In Miss Gates' third grade class, Miss Gates begins to lecture the class on Hitler's persecution, equality, and democracy. She makes a contradictory statement that confuses Scout. Scout asks Jem about it, but Jem gets angry at her and tells her never to mention the trial again. Scout then looks to Atticus for comfort. Events School starts again "I sometimes felt a twinge of remorse..."(324). "I expressed a stray desire just to have one good look at Boo Radley before I died"(325). "So many things had happened to us, Boo Radley was the least of our fears" "Even so, not many of the children knew what a Current Event was"(327). "'We are a democracy and Germany is a dictatorship. Dictator-ship,' she said. 'Over here we don't believe in persecuting anybody. Persecution comes from people who are prejudiced. Prejudice'"(329). "Jem, how can you hate Hitler so bad an' then turn around and be ugly about folks right at home?"(331). Scout is no longer afraid of the Radley place, but she still wants to see Boo Radley Cecil Jacobs presents his current event to the class, and Miss Gates corrects him several times Scout notices a contradiction in what Miss Gates tells the class
Scout asks Atticus, then Jem to help clear out her confusion and misunderstanding Scout wants Atticus' comfort Themes/Motifs:
->Growing and maturing
->Education and Social Class
->Hypocrisy vs. Truth and Judgement
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