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English Final Review Sem2
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Arthur Radley's real name
Accepts a dare to touch the Radley house
he is considered a pocket Merlin who originates the idea of making Boo come out
She is the Finch cook
Scout attempts to familiarize this individual with the customs of Macomb
his mother wins $5 by entering his picture in a beautiful baby contest and gives it to him- he uses the money to go to the movie 20 times
he stabs his father with scissor
he comes to Maycomb from Meridian and stays with his Aunt Rachel
when he was almost 13, his arm was broken and he fears that he will never be able to play football again
the narrator of the story
following a criminal offense early in his life, he is released into the custody of his father
Who is the individual who Scout is describing: she "was fanatical in the subject of my attire. I could not possibly hope to be a lady if I wore breeches; when I said I could do nothing in a dress, she said I wasn't supposed to be doing things that require pants?"
he studied law in Montgomery and helped finance his brother's education as a doctor in Boston
Little Rock Nine
integrated Central High School in Little Rock Arkansas
Chicago youth who was murdered in Money, Mississippi
a basketball star who raged against his invisibility
he invents the Boo Radley game
this individual represents summer
his murderers sold their story to a magazine once they were found not guilty
cements the hole in the old oak tree
she is the gossip of Maycomb county
along with Atticus, she represents the novel's voice of reason
appoints Atticus to defend Tom Robinson
who is described in the following passage:"he was nearly blind in his left eye; he never went hunting, he did not play poker or fish or drink or smoke."
"Do you know what a compromise is? If you'll concede the necessity of going to school, we'll go on reading every night."
"You're shaming him, Miss Caroline. Walter hasn't got a quarter at home to bring you, and you can't use stove wood?"
he places a blanket around Scout's shoulders during the fire at Miss Maude's house
"the meanest old woman who ever lived?"
"You never understand a person until you consider things from his point point of view"
"Simply because we were licked a hundred years before we started is no reason for us not to try to win."
"I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand."
"we have nothing to fear but fear itself"
Atticus's prejudiced/racist sister
a classmates of Scout's- she fights this individual because of the remarks about Atticus
Atticus calls this individual "the bravest person I ever knew"
who is Atticus talking about? "you rarely win, but sometimes you do. According to her views, she died beholden to nothing and nobody."
a morphine addict
this individual destroys Mrs. Dubose's flower garden
he shoots Tim Johnson
he tells Scout that Dill gets passes from relative to relative
he says it is a sin to kill a mockingbird
t/f- Jew was 13 years old when his mother died
t/f- to kill a mockingbird is one of Harper Lee's three Pulitzer Prize winning novels
t/f- following her death, Mrs. Dubose gives Jem a copy of the book Ivanhoe- the book he had been reading to her
t/f- Jem and Scout build a snowman who resembles Mr. Avery
t/f- Emmitt Till was murdered for attempting to get blacks to register to vote in Mississippi
t/f- At one point in the novel, Dill claims that his father is a postal pilot who took him up in a mail plane 46 times
t/f- Zeebo and Jesse are classmates of Scout's with whom she gets into fights
t/f- Scout is referring to the snow when she days to Atticus-"The world's endin', Atticus please do something"
t/f- Jem and Scout only walk past the Radley house each week day during the school year.
t/f- When Jem returns to the Radley property for his pants, Scout regards that as the time whens he believes they were first moving apart
t/f- the oak tree where the gifts are left symbolizes communication
"a pocket merlin, whose head teemed with eccentric plans, stange longings and quaint fancies"
Martin Luther King Jr.
Wrote Beyond Vietnam
the sheriff of Maycomb County
Scouts first grade teacher
prefers the company of the black population
an assistant prosecutor who attempts to bring justice to a 30 year old murder case
he originally believed that Jem was responsible for the death of Bob Ewell
a poor white farmer who trades food to Atticus for legal services and is also part of the mob that is wanting to lynch Tom Robinson
"I was shut up in my costume but I could hear it myself. They walked when we walked and they stopped when we stopped. I was a ham"
"I wish Bob Ewell wouldn't chew tobacco
"there's nothing more sickening than a low grade white man who'll take advantage of a Negro's ignorance. Don't fool yourself-it's all adding up and one of these days we're going to pay the bill for it."
"it made one down and about two more to go"
"it was her daily reminder of what she (Mayella Ewell) did. She tempted and Negro."
Editor and owner of the Maycomb newspaper
the prosecutor in the Tom Robinson case
Atticus believes he is responsible for beating Mayella Ewell
Charles Baker Harris
"before I can live with other folks, I have got to live with myself"
"Bob Ewell fell on his knife. He killed himself"
"I had never seen our neighborhood from this angle"
25 years old, married with three children and got his arm caught in a cotton gin when he was a boy"
"It was just him I couldn't stand. That old Mr. Gilmer doin' him thataway, talking so hateful to him."
she was 19 1/2 and looked as if she tried to keep clean and kept a row of red geraniums in her yard
"the thing is, theydo get on a lot better without me; I can't help them any. They ain't mena; they buy me everything I want."
"maybe Boo Radley doesn't have anywhere to run off to."
"I was just saying' to Mr. Cunnignham that entailment are bad."
"that wasn't it, he- they just wasn't interested in me."
"that boy might go to the chair, but he's not going until the truth is told."
"it's all over town this morning, all about how we held off a hundred folks with our bare hands."
"I ain't never seen a jury take the word of a colored man over a white man."
he wants to be a clown when he grows up
Martin Luther King Jr.
He wrote Letter from a Birmingham Jail
wrote Somebody Blew Up America
wrote We Real Cool
Byron De La Beckwith
murdered Medgar Evers
t/f- The setting is significant in interpreting any work of literature
t/f- Scout recognizes that Jem is maturing/changing and moving away from her
t/f- To Kill A Mockingbird is set in South Carolina in 1961
t/f- Since Dr. Reynolds examined Mayella Ewell, there is physical evidence that she was raped
t/f- Dolphus Raymond is the town drunk of Maycomb who believes in the superiority of the white race
t/f- When Bob Ewell says "that makes it one down and about two to go" he is referring to Atticus and Miss Maudie"
t/f-The Idler Club is a group of individuals who dedicate themselves to protecting the human rights of the black population in Maycomb
t/f- The Missionary Society in Maycomb has initiated many worthwhile projects to aid the local blacks
t/f- Tim Johnson is a classmate of Scout's with whom she gets into fights
t/f- At the conclusion of the story Scout stands on the Radley porch and sees Maycomb from a different perspective
t/f- Scout believes that there are four types of people in the world while Jem believes there is only one type of person
t/f- Calpurnia celebrates her birthday on Christmas Day
t/f- Bob Ewell spends his relief money on hunting equipment
t/f- Bob Ewell is symbolic of the Mockingbird in the title
t/f- Tom Robinson tells Mr. Gilmer that he helped Mayella so that he could earn money to feed his family
t/f- Mayella appreciates the respect that Atticus pays to her while addressing her on the witness stand
t/f- Atticus has Bob Ewell write his name on an envelope to establish his dominate hand
t/f- Atticus believes that if Jem and 11 other boys like him were on the jury, Tom would be found inncocent
t/f- Byron de la Beckwith is the individual who defends Booby De Lauder in Southern murder case
t/f- Aunt Alexandra is supportive of Atticus's decision to defend Tom Robinson and moves to Maycomb to support him
t/f- Miss Maudie cannot serve on the jury because she is a woman
t/f- Dill is the individual who represents summer
t/f- the character of Dill is patterned of J.D. Salinger- Harper Lee's long time friends
t/f- the oak tree where the gifts are left symbolizes communication
t/f- Heck Tate does not want the people of Maycomb to know how Bob Ewell really died because he believes that it would create problems for a shy individual like Boo
t/f- the trial of Byron Dela beckwith ended with two hung juries before a verdict of guilty was finally reached
t/f- Medgar Evers was an individual who co-authored Martin Luther King's Letter from a Birmingham Jail
t/f- ML King was imprisoned in Birmingham fro writing a letter that criticized the Birmingham Police department
Holden's childhood friend. Though they never actually dated, they used to hold hands. This individual is best remembered by Holden for the way she used to keep all her kings in the back row during checkers
a girl that Holden sometimes dates, though he thinks she is a "pain in the ass". She is sensible, practical and boring. In Holden's words she is phony as hell
Holden's roommate at Pency Prep who is fairly conceited. He is a good-looking prep school athlete. He goes on a date with Jane
a boy who stays in the room next to Holden's at Pency Prep. He is, according to Holden, a "terrific bore" and a "slob" in personal hygiene
Holden's academic adviser from Whooton. Holden considers him an "intellectual" and seeks his companionship at a New York bar even though he does not much care for him. He is involved with Chinese girl
the elevator operator at the hotel where Holden is staying. He also functions as a pimp and a bully
the young prostitute that arrives in Holden's room. Though she seems very young, she is very business like and hardened
She is the mother of a fellow student at Pency Prep. Holden meets her on a train to New York and has a conversation with her
Holden's history teacher from Pency Prep. He shows a great deal of concern for Holden's future, but Holden thinks he is old and pathetic
a student at Elkton Hills who dies while wearing Holden's sweater
the janitor in Holden's dorm
He is the seventeen years old narrator who experiences action in the novel.
She is ten, but very clever and passionate. Throughout the book, Holden thinks she is the only person in the world who understands and loves him completely
He is extremely close to Holden, and Holden believes that he was "about fifty times as intelligent" as anyone Holden has ever known
he is a writer in Hollywood who once published a collection of short stories. He is now employed as a scriptwriter in Hollywood.
Holden's English teacher from Elkton Hills who is now teaching at New York University. Holden holds him in the highest regard and believes him to be a guardian of morality. In his hour of need, Holden goes to him for help
Holden has never met her yet he calls her from the Edmond Hotel and asks her to meet him for a drink
the girl Holden met in Maine while their families vacationed; he attempts to protect her innocence
he is the manager of the fencing team at Pency Prep
he wrote poems on his baseball mitt
"I'm a pacifist, if you really want to know the truth'
She is the only one outside of Holden's family he has ever showed Allie's baseball mitt to
he is identified as the spokesperson for the values of the 1950s
she goes to a play and ice skates with Holden
he wants to marry a deaf mute and move into the wilderness
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