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To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 31
Transcript of To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 31
(Scout) "Atticus was right. One time he said you never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them. Just standing on the Radley porch was enough.''
-pg. 279 Raling Raling (adj.) - painful Accommodate
"He had to stoop a little to accomodate me...''
Pg. 278 Allusion Most Significant Character Chapter Quotation Vocabulary "Atticus turned the book over. Something of Jem's. Called The Gray Ghost.''
"H'rm,'' he said. "The Gray Ghost, by Seckatary Hawkins. Chapter One...''
-pg. 280 Thank You! Raling
"He coughed his dreadful raling cough, and was so shaken he had to sit down again.''
Pg. 277 Accommodate Accommodate (verb) - To have or make room for
I will have to accommodate for the extra people, because I did not plan for them in advance. The raling fires burned and were so unbearable I was taken to the hospital. Chapter 31 Why? Recurring theme of not judging others until you be in their shoes Scout sees the county in a new point of view Shows that Scout has matured and learned over the past years Achieves her goal of seeing Boo Radley Shows how she has matured throughout the book Finally sees other peoples' point of view The Gray Ghost Children's adventure book written in the 1920's By: Seckatary Hawkins A character called Three-Fingered Fred is suspected to be weird, bad, and a thief. Three-Fingered Fred is not bad at all and is very nice He is much like Boo Radley The Gray Ghost Summary After the incident, Scout is left with Boo Radley and the unconscious Jem. Scout allows Mr. Arthur to pet Jem, and then she walks him home. Scout reflects what it must be like to "stand in his shoes and walk around in them." Scout is left with Atticus to read to her, and she falls asleep during the story. He symbolizes a mockingbird The Gray Ghost In chapter one, Dill bets Jem the book if he goes to touch the Radley house.