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To Kill a Mockingbird
Transcript of To Kill a Mockingbird
Why does Atticus invite everyone to the front porch rather than the living room?
Atticus does this because of the lighting in the living room.
Who does Atticus think killed Bob Ewell?
Atticus thinks Jem killed Bob Ewell.
How does Heck Tate say that Ewell was killed?
He says that Ewell had fell on the knife.
Why does Atticus argue with Tate about how Ewell was killed?
Atticus does this to keep them from trials in the future.
Dr. Reynold begins to treat the broken arm of Jem. Scout sits beside Boo Radley while Heck and Atticus argue who killed Bob. Heck thinks it was an accident while Atticus believes that his son killed Bob. Heck says Bob fell flat with his knife on his chest and corrects Atticus on his speculations.Arthur Radley, whose nickname is Boo Radley, is the neighbor of Atticus. He does not go out of his house, which really makes the kids wonder. The children tried to make him come out of his house many times by using several tricks. The Halloween night that Boo saves them from Bob Ewell is the only time that they see him come out of the house.
CHAPTER 30 QUESTIONS
From where does Tate say he got the switchblade? Why do you think he has the switchblade?
He says he got the switchblade from from a drunk man, an he has the switchblade to cover for the Ewells.
What does Atticus finally realizes?
Atticus realizes that Boo Radley had protected the kids.
To whom is tate referring when he says,-...taking the man that has done you and this town a great service an' draggin' him with his shy ways into the limelight-to me, that's a sin?
Tate was referring to Boo Radley when saying this.
What do you think Scout means when she says that it would be like- shooting a mockingbird?
He means for no reason a mocking bird sings and means no harm
Smoothly; without excitement derivatives: Blander, Blandest
"If Atticus could blandly introduce me to Boo Radley at a time like this..." (273)
THEME: Good, Evil, Human...
All they do is sing and don't harm anyone like Scout says. "Well, it'd be sort of like shootin' a mockingbird, wouldn't it?"
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