Time of year
Small, poor, old town - Maycomb county, Alabama
Jean Louise Finch a.k.a Scout
Narrator; sister of Jem Finch and the only daughter of Atticus Finch; Main character.
Father of Jem and Scout Finch; lawyer; main character, has a major role in the book, also known as "One Shot Finch"; shot a dog infected with rabies; represents Tom Robinson in court case; wise, not a bad father; Main character.
Jem and Scout's Mother
Mother died when Scout was 2 years old.
Brother of Scout and only son of Atticus, "broken arm?", 4 years older then Scout, starts off immature and as the book progresses become less immature, and begins to want more space/time away from Scout to hang out with kids his own age.
Fun, represents all children; Older and more mature for his age; has a very active imagination since he is a child; only appears during the summer when school slows down, as a child he has more freedom than most people have today, and is very carefree.
Ch. 2 setting
Fall, school starts back up, Dill departs.
Ms. Caroline, teacher, not from Maycomb County; Walter has no lunch on the first day back, the Ewells don't bathe; Scout dosen't like to read or write, Quote: "Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing."
Jem invites Walter over for dinner at the house; the house maid Calpurnia yells at Scout for a rude remark he made.
Lesson Learned (Ch. 2)
Ch. 4-6 info on Boo Radley
They were wondering what Boo Radley does at home and when he shot his shotgun they almost die.