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To Kill A Mockingbird
To Kill A Mockingbird Cont.
Prejudices and False Assumptions in To Kill A Mockingbird
The Trial of Tom Robinson
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To Kill A Mockingbird Cont.
To Kill A Mockingbird Continued:
Atticus orders Scout, Jem, and Dill to go home and eat their supper.
They return for the verdict.
At 11 o'clock at night, Tom Robinson is found guilty.
Jem is infuriated at the jury's verdict.
Jem's whole perception of Maycomb is crushed.
Miss Maudie informs to Jem that although the verdict may not have been just, the fact that it took the jury so long to settle on their verdict represents a racial improvement.
Bob Ewell threatens and scares the Finch family. Everyone except Atticus is scared.
Tom Robinson is sent to another prison while his appeal occurs.
If Tom loses, he will receive the death chair.
Jem and Atticus talk about capital punishment for rape in Alabama.
Atticus tells Jem that a white man's word will always beat a black man's word.
Scout is told to wear a dress for Aunt Alxandria and her friends.
Ever since Tom Robinson's trial, all the black servants were acting differently.
Atticus informs everyone that Tom Robinson tried to escape prison and was shot dead.
Atticus and Calpurnia go to the Robinson's household.
September has begun.
Mr. Underwood writes and article about Tom Robinson's death explaining how and innocent man was killed.
Summer ends, and Dill leaves.
School begins and the children still pass the Radley place everyday while on their way to school.
Scout wishes to see Boo Radley just one more time.
Jem still does not want to talk about the trial.
Bob Ewell torments and harasses everyone involved in the case: Judge Taylor, Helen Robinson, Link Deas, etc.
It is only a matter of time before Atticus and his family are next.
There is a party and play at the school on Halloween.
Scout is dressed up as "ham".
Scout and Jem on their way back from the party in the woods.
On their way back from the pageant as they are walking through the woods, someone pursues Jem and Scout.
Jem is held down and screams, while Scout runs away.
The attacker gets hold of Scout but is pulled away.
As Scout looks up she sees an unclean man wreaking of whiskey.
Scout runs home and sees a figure carrying Jem back.
Crazy Bob Ewell
As Scout gets home she explains the story to Sherriff Heck Tate.
She notices a man in the corner of the room- it is Boo Radley!
Scout sits on the porch with Boo.
Atticus and Heck Tate argue about whether Jem killed Bob Ewell.
Atticus does not want Jem to be exempt from the law.
Heck Tate agrees to pronounce the reason for Bob Ewell's death to be him falling on his knife.
Scout takes Boo upstairs to say goodnight to Jem.
Scout walks Boo home and never sees him again.
Scout realizes all these years while she had all these prejudices of Boo, he turned out to be so nice.
Ending Scence with Boo and Scout sitting on the Porch.
Atticus has great love for his children.
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