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To Kill A MockingBird: Chapter 22
Transcript of To Kill A MockingBird: Chapter 22
1. “It was jem’s turn to cry. His face was streaked with anger tears as we made our way through the cheerful crowd. ‘it aint right,”(284)
2. “It was no accident...Atticus finch won’t win, he can’t win, but he’s the only man in these part who can keep a jury out so long in a case like that”(289)
3. “this morning Mr. Bob Ewell stopped Atticus on the post office corner, spat in his face and told him he’d get him if it took the rest of his life.”(290)
Chapter Title: After The Fact
This happens after Tom Robinson is convicted. The Importance of this is they can do nothing to help him now.
1. If you were making the decision as the judge was would have you chosen the new lawyer Maxwell Green or the trusted lawyer stated earlier that can keep a jury out so long in a case?
2. Even though Bob Ewell knows that it was Atticus’s job to defend Tom Robinson would you still hold a grudge on Atticus?
3. Why do you think that Jem was angered so much by Atticus’s loss even though he knew on the inside that it was a lost case?
The most important plot development is the start of a feud between Atticus and the Finches and Bob Ewell.
Revenge is displayed twice in this chapter, Jem thinks that Atticus should have won the trial and Bob Ewell wants revenge on Atticus for taking Tom Robinsons side.
The judge appoints Tom Robinson with the well respected lawyer Atticus so he gets a fair trial as appose to a younger less experienced lawyer.
Real world connections
1. Martin Luther King
Atticus knows that tom Robinson’s story is the truth he is being punished by Mr. Bob Ewell. Like Martin Luther king was.
2. Conrad Murray
The Jackson family and Conrad Murray are against each other. like Atticus and Mr. Bob Ewell.
1. Jem: Sensitive
Jem gets emotional during the trial. This proves although he tries to act grown up he is still a child.
2. Bob Ewell: Rude
Bob ewell is considered the ‘white trash’ in this novel, he demonstrates this in the chapter by spitting in Atticus’s face
3. Bob Ewell: Unforgiving
Even though it is Atticus’s job to defend Tom Robinson, and he was appointed to this case he did not take it on by choice.