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To Kill a Mockingbird Full Book Review
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It is on the right side
What does Atticus want the jury to note about Mayella's black eye?
He is left handed
What does Atticus want to jury to note about Mr. Ewell?
Tom has a left hand that is crippled.
What is important to note about Tom?
Jem was thinking that Atticus had won the case before the jury had come back with the verdict- AKA "counting chickens before the eggs hatch"
At the end of Chapter 17, Jem thinks that Atticus will win the case, but Scout says, "I thought Jem was counting his chickens." What does that mean?
Jean Louise Finch (Scout)
What is the narrator's name?
Jeremy Atticus Finch (Jem)
What is the narrator's brother's name?
What is the main character's father's name?
Boo Radley, Miss Rachel, Miss Maudie, Mr. Avery, etc.
Tell one of the main character's neighbors' names.
Charles Baker Harris (Dill)
What is the name of the boy who moves in with his Aunt Rachel every summer?
What grade is Scout in at the beginning of the book?
Touch the Radley's house
Going back to August, Dill dares Jem to do what?
A flicker in the Radley home window is seen after Jem touches the house
After Jem touches the Radley house and runs away, something else happens. What?
Who came home for lunch with Jem and Scout?
What was in Burris's hair?
They only attend school the first day, they are dirty, etc.
Give a fact about the Ewell family
A piece of gum
What does Scout first find in the Radley tree hole?
What does Scout do with the first gift she finds in the Radley tree hole?
She hears someone laughing inside the Radley house
What is something eerie that happens after Scout crashes the tire in the Radley yard?
What is Boo's given name?
She would have seen his body carried out of the house
How does Miss Maudie know that Boo is still alive?
What do the kids try to give Boo before the knot-hole is closed?
Boo Radley stabbling his father with scissors
What scene do the kids like to act out?
What is "Maycomb's usual disease?"
Finches' cook. Acts as a mother to Scout and Jem b/c their mother died when they were young. Black. Taught Scout to read. Her praise is hard to come by
He hung out with the wrong crowd (people from Old Sarum) and did some bad things. Was going to be made to go to industrial school, but his father got him out of it.
Why was Arthur Radley in trouble with the law?
Mr. Radley promised Boo would not cause any more trouble, and Mr. Radley's "word was his law" and the judge agreed to let Boo go. Boo was locked up and never seen again for 15 yrs.
How did Arthur escape industrial school?
Boo (33 yrs old) was cutting up the Maycomb Tribune and stabbed his father in the leg with a pair of scissors
Why did Mrs. Radley run into the street screaming that Arthur was killing them all?
Boo was locked up in the courthouse basement.
Where was Arthur locked up?
Nathan Radley comes to take his father's place.
Why doesn't Boo come out of the house after his father dies?
She can read and write already.
Why is Scout in trouble with the teacher on her first day of school?
Atticus is talking about the Great Depression. Professional people do service jobs and need farmers as their clients. Farmers cannot afford professional services, so everyone's poor.
What does Atticus mean when he says that professional people are poor because farmers are poor? (pg. 27)
She calls Walter Cunningham out for pouring syrup all over his dinner. Calpurnia yells at Scout and teaches her about company.
How does Scout get in trouble at dinner?
Burris Ewell has a "cootie" or bug in his hair.
Why does Miss Caroline send Burris Ewell home?
He is very rude and cusses at her.
How does Burris respond to being sent home?
She isn't allow to read or write.
Why doesn't Scout want to go to school?
He tells Scout to consider things from the other person's point of view and to "climb into his skin and walk around in it."
What does Atticus suggest is the way to get along with people?
Yes, if she doesn't tell Miss Caroline.
Will Atticus continue to read to Scout?
What do Jem and Scout find in the knot-hole of the tree?
A person who cannot go to heaven, so he or she just hangs out on lonely roads. If you walk through one, when you die you'll become a Hot Steam too and you go around at night sucking out peoples' breath. One has to say 'angel-bright, light-in-death, get off the road don't suck my breath!" to protect yourself
What is a Hot Steam?
The children are rolling around in the Finch's old car tire and Jem is angry at Scout about saying Hot Steams aren't real. He pushes the tire down the sidewalk as hard as he can, and Scout ends up at the front steps of the Radley house.
How does Scout end up at the front steps of the Radley house?
Someone inside of the house laughing
What does Scout think she hears and she crawls out of the tire?
A widow who loves gardening. Makes the best cakes in the neighborhood, is a friend of Scout and Dill and Jem. She's known Jack Finch since she was a child. A Baptist. Has the children's trust.
Describe Miss Maudie
Dill and Jem want to peek into the Radley house through a loose shutter.
Why do Dill and Jem go for a walk one night at the end of the summer?
She is acting like a girl.
What does Jem say that makes Scout decide to join them?
They say Jem lost his pants to Dill in a game of strip poker, but he actually got them caught on Boo Radley's fence.
What does Dill say happened to Jem's pants? What really happened to them?
Jem says Atticus has never whipped him and he wants to keep it that way. He doesn't want Atticus to know he disobeyed him.
Why does Jem feel he has to go back for his pants?
He finds them mended and folded across the fence.
What happens when Jem goes back for his pants?
He says the tree was sick and dying, but Atticus says the tree looks healthy and alive.
Why does Mr. Radley put cement in the knot-hole?
She sees snow for the first time outside.
Why does Scout scream and tell Atticus the world is ending?
They use dirt and as much snow as they can gather. (5 baskets of dirt, 2 baskets of snow). Peachtree switches for "bones", wood for eyes and nose and buttons. Miss Maudie's sunhat on the head and her hedge-clippers jammed into the man's crook of his arm. At first it looks like Stephanie Crawford but then they make the stomach bigger and it looks like Mr. Avery instead.
What do Jem and Scout use to make a snowman? Who does the snowman look like?
Scout comes home with a stranger's blanket that was mysteriously wrapped around her shoulders while Miss Maudie's house was on fire.
Why does Atticus think Jem and Scout disobeyed him when he told them to stay in front of the Radley house?
She is in surprisingly cheerful spirits, saying that she would have set fire to it herself, but they would have put her in prison. She says she will build herself another house that will be better than the original one.
What is Miss Maudie's reaction to her destroyed house?
No, he knows the black man's word against white man's word will not come out in the black man's favor, no matter how obvious the black man's innocence.
Does Atticus think he will win Tom Robinson's case?
He is a doctor.
What is Uncle Jack's profession?
They don't do anything but make beautiful music for people to enjoy.
Why is it a sin to kill a mockingbird?
"One-Shot Finch" or "Ol' One Shot" because he was the best shot in Maycomb. He was able to shoot things far away very easily, etc.
What was Atticus's nickname when he was a boy? Why?
Always treats Jem and Scout like they are nasty children who did something wrong. Always interrogating them about their behavior and predicting the bitter outcome of their lives.
Why don't the children like Mrs. Dubose?
She wants Jem to come to her house every day for one month and read to her.
What does Mrs. Dubose want Jem to do after he destroys her camellias?
She goes into withdrawals because she was a morphine addict and is using the time Jem is reading to her to wean herself off of the drug. She wanted to die "beholden to nothing and nobody."
Why does Mrs. Dubose suffer from "fits" when Jem and Scout visit her?
A candy box containing a white, waxy, perfect camellia (a Snow-on-the-Mountain) symbolizing thanks and request for forgiveness
What does Mrs. Dubose give Atticus to give to Jem after she dies?
Attius is not there b/c he's in emergency session with the state legislature. Calpurnia asks what the children are doing for church, Scout suggests she and Jem go, but Calpurnia reminds them of the time they misbehaved in church. She decides to take them with her to her black church instead.
Why do Jem and Scout go to church with Cal?
They can't afford them and even if they could, almost no one can read.
Why aren't there any hymn-books at Cal's church?
She can't remember how old she is, but she doesn't think she's that old. She celebrates her birthday on Christmas because it's easiest to remember, and because she doesn't know when her real birthday is.
How old is Cal? When is her birthday?
Who is waiting on the front steps of the Finch house when the children and Cal return from church?
She believes the children need a "feminine influence" in their lives and she says she will help while Atticus is busy with the trial. The reader also is lead to believe that Alexandra is having issues with her husband back at home.
Why has aunt Alexandra come to stay with the Finches?
She wants to make Scout more ladylike
What is Aunt Alexandra's preoccupation?
Get rid of her.
What does Aunt Alexandra want to do with Calpurnia?
He finds Dill
What does Jem find under Scout's bed?
His parents didn't pay any attention to him at all
Why doesn't Dill like his parents?
He says Boo Radley has never run off because he has no where to run to.
Why does Dill say Boo Radley has never run off?
They find him at the jail
Where do the children find Atticus in chapter 15?
She talks to Walter Cunningham and asks him about his entailment and his son, Walter Cunningham Jr. She gets Mr. Cunningham to stand in Atticus's shoes for a minute which makes him leave.
How does Scout get the mob to leave?
People are arriving for the trial of Tom Robinson from all over.
Why are so many people passing by the Finch house during the morning of the trial?
What type of people make up the jury?
Who is seated on the witness stand at the beginning of the trial?
She has bruises on the right side of her face, bruises on her arms, and choke-marks on her neck.
Describe Mayella Ewell's injuries
Who was the second witness called to the stand?
Live behind the town garbage dump in what was once a black-person cabin amid junk and a thrown-together house.
Where do the Ewells live? Describe their living conditions.
Six chipped-enamel slop jars holding brilliant red geraniums cared for as tenderly as if they belonged to Miss Maudie
What is the one bright spot in the Ewells' yard?
To prove to the jury that he is left-handed.
Why does Atticus ask Mr. Ewell to write his name?
Who is the third witness called to the stand?
19 and a half years old
How old is Mayella?
He is crippled
What is revealed about Tom Robinson when he stands up?
It got caught in a cotton gin when he was a boy. The accident tore all of the muscles loose from his bones and almost made him bleed to death.
What happened to Tom's left arm?
It would be impossible for Tom to beat Mayella as hard as the marks on Mayella show.
Why is this revelation important to the case?
25 yrs old
How old is Tom?
He got into a fight with another man who tried to cut him. He was fined, but couldn't pay the fine, so he went to jail.
Why was Tom in trouble with the law before?
Mayella called him into the house to fix a door.
What does Tom say is the reason he entered the Ewell house on Nov. 21st?
He is Tom Robinson's employer.He yells, "I just want the whole lot of you to know one thing right now. That boy's worked for me eight years an' I ain't had a speck o' trouble outa him. Not a speck."
Who is Link Deas? What does he do to get kicked out of the courtroom?
Mr. GIlmer's treatment of Tom as he does his cross-examination is cruel and makes Dill sad.
Why is Dill crying?
What is in Dolphus Raymond's paper sack?
He says it helps people understand why he lives like he does- it gives them a reason to point to. They can say Dolphus Raymond can't help the way he lives because he's a whisky addict.
Why does Dolphus let people believe it's alcohol?
There is one institution that makes any two men equal and that is a US court
According to Atticus, what is the one way in this country that all men are created equal?
Aunt Alexandra cannot find the children who are at the courthouse. She takes them home for supper
Why has Calpurnia come to the courthouse?
What is the jury's decision in Tom Robinson's case?
Tom's father sends a chicken. Other people send rolls, beans, salt pork, scuppernongs, etc. to show their appreciation
What does Tom Robinson's dad send Atticus? What else is brought to the Finch home?
Two small cakes for Scout and Dill, a slice of "grown-up" cake for Jem symbolizing his growing up
What does Miss Maudie have for the children?
A clown so all he has to do is laugh his head off. This shows how Dill has lost some of his innocence through the trial and wants to be a clown because they are always happy and make other people smile and feel good.
What does Dill say he wants to be when he grows up? Why?
She tells the children that Bob Ewell stopped Atticus on the post corner, spat in his face, and told him he'd get him if it took the rest of his life.
What does Miss Stephanie tell the children about their father?
"I wish Bob Ewell wouldn't chew tobacco."
What is the only thing Atticus will say about the incident with Mr. Ewell?
One of the Cunninghams
Who was the one person on the jury who wanted an acquittal for Tom Robinson?
It's because he wants to stay inside
What is the new reason Jem thinks Boo Radley stays in his house all the time?
Tom Robinson tried to escape from prison and was shot 13 times
Why does Atticus come home early during the missionary circle?
Who is the Author?
Where was the author born?
When was the author born?
April 28, 1926
She was the youngest of _ children
What did the author's father do?
He was a newspaper editor then lawyer
Who was the author a descendant of?
General Robert E. Lee
Who was the author's childhood neighbor?
What High School did the author graduate from?
Monroeville High School
What colleges did she attend?
Hunington College in Montgomery and the University of Alabama Law School
Where did she move eventually to become a writer?
When was To Kill a Mockingbird published?
How many copies had the novel sold within a year?
What prize did this novel win?
The Prestigious Pulitzer Prize
How long did it remain her only novel?
What is her new second novel?
Go Set a Watchman
In ____ the Library of __________ surveyed readers about a book that made a difference in their lives. TKAM was ranked number __ and the _______ surpassing it at #1
1991; Congress; 2; Bible
When does this story take place?
What is the POV?
Who is this book narrarated by and how old is she when she is narrarating it?
Scout Finch; Adult
When was the Book written?
What was the way of life in the South in the 1930's?
What were some examples of public areas that were seperated?
Schools, Buses, Restaurants, Churches, and Restrooms
What does Aunt Alexandra say in response to the former events?
She said it was her fault because she had a gut feeling she should've went with them
Why doesn't Atticus hear Jem hollering?
The Radio was On
What happened to Scout's costume?
It was smashed and cut through with a knive
What strange sounds does the 4th person under the tree make?
Who saved Jem and Scout?
Why do Scout and Boo go out on the porch?
It is darker out there
Who does Atticus think killed Mr. Ewell?
Who does Heck Tate say killed Mr. Ewell?
Mr. Ewell fell on his own knife
Why does Atticus want Jem's name cleared legally?
He doesn't want people to think he got Jem off the hook since he is a lawyer
How does Heck Ttae get Atticus to understand that Jem didn't do it?
How likely could an injured boy kill an adult
Why doesn't Heck Tate want to tell everyone the exact truth?
Boo didn't want the attention of the community
What does Scout say about this explanation of the events?
Telling about Bo would be like Killing a Mockingbird
Why does Scout bring Mr. Arthur back inside?
To Tell Jem Goodnight
How does Mr. Arthur behave towards Jem?
He gently touches his hair
How does Mr. Arthur get home?
Scout walks him home
What does Scout do as she's standing on the porch of the Radley Residence?
Have a flashback of the past few years with the Radleys
Where does Atticus spend the night?
By Jem's bed
What do Jem and Dill do on their way back from swimming?
They run into Atticus and go with him to the Robinson home
how does Helen react to the news?
She falls (faints)
How long is Maycomb interested in the news of Tom's death?
How does Mr. Underwood react to the news?
He writes an angry editorual in the newspaper saying it's a sin to kill a cripple
What does Scout think about Boo Radley in Ch. 26?
She's nt scared of him but she really wants to meet him
What is bothering Scout about Miss Gate's response to Hitler and the Jews?
She's prejudice about blacks but not about the Jews
How does Jem and Scout's peers act after the trial?
Thy're nice to them
How does Jem react to Scout's coversation with him in Ch. 26?
He gets angry with her and says to never bring it up again
What is Atticus' explanation for Jem's behavior?
He's having a hard time and soon he'll be back to normal
How does Link Deas help Helen Robinson?
He gives her a job and protects her and her trip to and from his home
What did the Maycomb children do to Miss Tutti and Frutti last Halloween?
They put all their furniture in the cellar
What is being done this year to prevent Halloween pranks?
A Halloween Pageant
What is Scout's Role in the paageant?
She is a Ham
Who is escorting her to the school?
What is the night like as Jem and Scout walk to the school?
Pitch Black Dark
What happens to Jem and Scout under the oak tree?
They get attacked
How does Jem get home?
Boo Radley carries him home
What is Jem's injury?
He broke his arm
What does Heck Tate find under the tree?
A Dead Bob Ewell
Why does Atticus change his mind about letting the children stay?
They have already been there all day so they might as well hear the rest
Who is in the courtroom when the children return from supper?
Everyone that was there before except for the jury and Tom Robinson
Scout's feelings on the day of the trial are reminiscent of what day?
On the day Atticus shot Tim Johnson
What is the jury's verdict?
What does everyone in the balcony so when Atticus exits the courtroom?
How does Jem react to the verdict?
Why does Atticus think it was acceptable for the children to be at the trial?
This is the world that the adults have made for them and they have to live in it
How does Atticus respond to the gifts of food from the black community?
He got a little emotional
What's things does Miss Maudie point out that Jem and Scout hadn't realized?
The Judge purposely chose Atticus to defend Tom and that not everyone is racist
What does Mr. Ewell do to Atticus?
Spit in his face
What is Atticus' response to Mr. Ewell's actions?
He wishes he wouldn't chew tobacco
How do Jem and Scout feel about Mr. Ewell's actions?
They are scared
What does Jem believe is the answer to the unjust trial verdict?
What does Atticus believe is the answer to the unjust trial verdict?
Change the Laws
What is Aunt Alexandra's response to Scout's desire to invite Walter home?
She will not invite him over
How does Scout behave during the refreshment period?
She does well (Make Polite Conversation)
How does Miss Maudie help Scout during the questioning by Miss Stephanie?
She holds her hand
How does Miss Maudie support Aticus?
By defending him against Miss Merriweather's accusations
What happens to Tom?
He gets shot and killed
How do the ladies behave after Atticus and Calpurnia leave?
As if nothing had happened
On which side was Mayella bruised?
Her right side
How does Mr. Ewell behave on the witness stand?
Immature, Arrogant, and Over Confident
How does the judge react to Mr. Ewell's behavior?
He's not amused by it
What is Mr Ewell's Testimony?
He comes back hears Mayella screaming looks through the window and sees Tom raping her and he gets away before Mr. Ewell gets in the house
What does the reader learn when Mr. Ewell signs his name?
He is Left Handed
What is Mayella afraid of when she first gets on the witness stand?
What areas does Atticus cover in the beginning of his questioning?
Her home life
What is Mayella's version of the events?
She asked Tom to do some work for her and she went in the house and he followed her in and he attacked her
What is wrong with Tom's arm?
Who does Atticus suggest beat Mayella?
Her father (Bob Ewell)
Who is Atticus' only witness?
What is Tom's version of the events?
Says he went in to get something she couldn't reach and she kissed him (she made the first move)
What does Link Deas say when he interrupts the testimony?
Tom never caused any trouble and he was a good worker
What point does Mr. Gilmer make during his cross-examination of Tom?
Tom's criminal record, how strong Tom is, and Tom felt sorry for Mayella
Why does Dill start crying?
He doesn't like how Mr. Gilmer treats Tom
What do Scout and Dill learn about Mr. Dolphus Raymond?
He's drinking Coke out of a bag
What is happening when Scout and Dill return to the courthouse?
Atticus is making his closing arguments
What are the main points in Atticus' closing arguments?
No medical evidence, Mayella wants to ease her own guilt because she knew she kissed a black amn and she was trying to make herself feel better, and All are created equal in a court of law
Who arrives at the courtroom as Atticus is finishing his speech?
Why does Scout fight with Cecil Jacobs?
He said Atticus was defending a negro
Who is Atticus defending?
Why does Atticus feel he must take the case?
He wants to be proud of himself for doing the right thing
Why is Atticus more concerned with Scout's temper more than her language?
She'll grow out of cussing but she won't grow out of her temper
What does Scout realize years later about the conversation between Atticus and Jack?
He wanted her to overhear the conversation
In what way is Atticus different from the fathers of Jem and Scout's friends?
He doesn't participate in a lot of activities and he's older
What does Atticus tell Jwm about shooting mockingbirds?
It's a sin to kill a mockingbird
What does Miss Maudie say about mockingbirds?
They do nothing but make music for us so we shouldn't hurt them
Who shoots Tim Johnson?
How does Jem react to Tim Johnson's Shooter?
What does Mrs. Dubose say that particularly upsets Jem?
His daddy is lawing n_____
What does Jem buy Scout?
What does Jem do when he passes Mrs. Dubose's house and she isn't on the porch?
He destroys all of her Camelias with Scout's baton then breaks the baton
What is Jem's punishment?
Clean Up, Work on Camelias growing back, and has to read to Mrs. Dubose for over a month
What pattern emerges in the evening reading sessions?
The clock gets longer and she stays awake longer
What happens to Jem at age 12?
He starts growing, becomes moody, and hard to live with
Why does Calpurnia take Jem and Scout to church with her?
Atticus is out of town for work
What does First Purchase African M.E. look like?
Sketchy, Old, and Run Down
How do the other members of First Purchase behave?
They were welcoming to Scout and Jem
How did Calpurnia learn to read?
From Blackstone's Commentaries
What kind of relationship do the children have with Miss Maudie?
They have a good relationship
What does Miss Maudie say about the Boo Radley stories that Scout reports?
She says its 3/4 colored folks and 1/4 Stephanie Crawford
How do Jem and Dill plan to give Boo Radley a note?
Put it on a fishing pole and put it through the shutters
What does the note say?
Come out and talk to them and they'll get him an ice cream and they won't hurt him
What is Atticus' reaction to the scheme?
He is angry and said they had to leave the Radleys alone
What do Jem, Scout, and Dill do on Dill's last night in Maycomb?
Peek in the Radley Home
What does the Man on the Porch do?
Shoots his Gun
What happens to Jem as they're fleeing?
He loses his pants
How does Dill explain the Missing Pants?
Tells them they were playing Strip Poker
What does Jem do in the Middle of the Night?
Go get his Pants
What does Jem tell Scout about his pants?
They had been taken loose, folded, and sloppily sewn
What is Scout's initial reaction to finding the soap carvings?
She throws them to the ground
What is Jem's reaction to finding the soap carvings?
He thought they were great
Why are they unable to fulfill their plans?
The Tree Hole is filled with cement
How does Jem react to Nathan Radley's actions?
He questions him' stands outside and looks at the tree, and cries
What is Atticus' reaction to the snowman's likeness to Mr. Avery?
He laughs but then makes them change it to where it's not obvious
What happens to Miss Maudie's house?
It catches on fire and burns down
Where are Scout and Jem during Miss Maudie's episode?
In front of the Radley Residence
What new item does Scout have in the morning after Miss Maudie's episode?
Where does Scout's "item" come from?
Where does the narrarator live?
How old are Scout and Jem at the start of the story?
Who is their new friend?
Dill (Charles Baker Harris)
What is the name of the odd family in Maycomb?
Why does Jem touch the Radley house?
He is dared by Dill
How does Scout feel about school?
What things does Scout get in trouble for at School?
Reading, Writing, and Explaining Cunningham History
Why won't Walter Cunningham Jr. take Miss Caroline's quarter?
He can't pay her back
How does Walter Cunningham Sr. pay Atticus for his legal work?
With Goods (Stovewood, Hickory Nuts, Holly, and Turnip Greens
What do Walter Cunningham and Atticus discuss at lunch?
How does Calpurnia tell Scout to behave during lunch?
Treat them with respect
What about Burris Ewell frightens Miss Caroline?
He has "Cooties" (Lice)
What does Scout ask Atticus to do about her schooling?
Don't make her go back
What compromise do Atticus and Scout reach about school?
She'll go back to school and she can keep on reading every night
Why does Jem push Scout extra hard in the tire?
He's upset with her
Where does Scout land?
At the steps of the Radley residence
What new drama does Jem suggest they play?
What are the two reasons the new play is making Scout nervous?
Atticus will find out and She had heard laughing in the house
How does Aunt Alexandra spend her days in Maycomb?
She joins the society, Missionary Circle, etc.
Why does Aunt Alexandra normally regret asking Scout to come in and say hello to a visitor?
She is embarrassed of her because she is so dirty
What is Atticus supposed to discuss with Scout and Jem?
Their Family Heritage
How does Scout react when Atticus tells her to stop making noise with the comb?
She slams the comb down and starts crying
What does Atticus tell the children at the end of chapter 13?
Forget everything he had just said about their heritage
How does Atticus react to hearing about Scout and Jem's visit to Calpurnia's church?
He thought it was good
Why dies Scout start fighting with Jem?
He told her he would spank her
What does Scout find under her bed?
How does Jem break the "Code of Childhood"?
He tattled to Atticus about Dill being there
Why did Dill run away?
His parents are ignoring him and he feels like they don't care about him
What does Atticus take with him when he leaves on Sunday evening?
An Extension Cord and a Light Bulb
Where do they find Atticus?
At the County Jail
How does Jem react when Atticus tells the children to go home?
He refuses to go home
What is Scout trying to accomplish when she speaks to Mr. Cunningham?
Diffuse the Situation and Make Polite Conversation
What do the crowds do?
How does everyone feel in the Finch house the morning of the trial?
What does Atticus tell the children about coming downtown?
How does Mr. Dolphus Raymond differ from other white folks?
He lives with a black woman
What new information does Scout learn about the Tom Robinson case?
Atticus had been chosen to take the case
Where do the children wnd up sitting?
The Black Balcony
Who scolds Scout for making fun of Walter Cunningham's table manners?
Who tells Scout that she is not "appropriately feminine"?
Miss Stephanie Crawford
Which character claims to have awaken in the middle of the night with Arthur "Boo" Radley looking into the window at her?
Who is Scout's first grade teacher?
To whom does Aunt Alexandra tell to be a ray of sunshine for Atticus' sake?
Which character is nearly blind in one eye?
Who predicts that Scout will be waiting on tables someday if she doesn't dress and act more like a young lady?
Which character sometimes cusses without really knowing what the words mean?
Which family pays Atticus for his services with farm stock instead of money?
Which character has beautiful flowerbeds where he/she spends much of his/her time?
Which character raises beautiful camelias called "Snow on the Mountain"?
the Radleys (Boo)
Who lives in the scariest house?
Aunt Alexandra (Finch's Landing)
Who lives in the building that still has an old bell with which to summon workers (used to be used to summon slaves) or with which to warn of trouble?
Whose house caught on fire?
the Radleys (Boo)
Who lives next to the schoolyard?
Who often makes fun of Miss Stephanie for spreading rumors?
Who is the sick old lady?
the Radleys (Boo)
Whose house has an old-fashioned stove sitting on the porch?
Father to Scout and Jem; lawyer who defends Tom Robinson
Jean Louise Finch
Scout; daughter of Atticus, sister of Jem
Jeremy Atticus Finch
Jem; son of Atticus, brother to Scout
The Finch's housekeeper; acts as a more distant mother-figure to Jem and Scout
Charles Baker Harris
Dill; visits next door during the summer
Finch's neighbor, children's best friend among the adults of Maycomb.
Young teacher, disaproves of Scout's reading ability
Rarely leaves the house, leaves Jem and Scout trinkets
The stern distant brother of Boo who seldom speaks even though he is seen every day
Scout's school mate who cannot afford lunch
Atticus's sister, a strong-willed woman with a fierce devotion to her family. She is the perfect Southern lady, and her commitment to propriety and tradition often leads her to clash with Scout.
The neighborhood gossip
Atticus and Alexandra's brother; visits at Christmas; is a doctor
Filthy, cusses out the teacher, only goes to the first day of school every year
the economic crisis beginning with the stock market crash in 1929 and continuing through the 1930s
Name of the town in TKAM.
Author of To Kill A Mockingbird
A time for courage, education, prejudices, racial discrimination, loss of innocence, coming of age, etc.
Point of View in To Kill a Mockingbird
An old lady who lives down the street and who screams at the children as they pass her house.
An African-American man defended by Atticus
Scout's classmate who insults Atticus
Maycomb's usual disease
Sheriff of Maycomb
This person bakes cakes for the kids and lets them play in her yard.
She claims to have seen Boo Radley staring at her through her bedroom window.
She is addicted to morphine, but Atticus proclaims she is the bravest woman he knows.
She is Scout's grade 1 teacher.
His real name is Charles Baker Harris
He has been coming to the first grade for 3 years now.
He is defending Tom Robinson
Scout punches him on Christmas.
She is a tomboy who loves to read but hates school.
True or False:
Dill gives Jem and Scout the idea of making Boo Radley come out.
True or False:
Scout's first grade teacher is upset because Scout can read and write.
True or False:
Nathan Radley fills the tree's knot hole with cement.
True or False:
The first time that Scout sees snow, she thinks the world is coming to an end.
True or False:
Scout is no longer ashamed of her father after she watches him shoot Tim Johnson.
True or False:
When fire destroys her house, Miss Maudie plans to build a larger house.
False - she said her house was too big, an "old cow barn."
True or False:
Scout's father is a judge.
False - he is a lawyer
True or False:
Calpurnia does not like Jem and Scout because they are white.
True or False:
Jem loses his pants to Dill in a bet.
False - he loses them on the Radley's fence when he's being shot at.
True or False:
Dill has a close relationship with his parents and loves living at home.
True or False:
Scout gets in trouble the first day of school by fighting with Burris Ewell.
False, she gets in a fight with Walter Cunningham
True or False:
Jem is bribed into taking Scout to school the first day.
True or False:
Scout spends more time with Miss Maudie because the boys exclude her from their activities.
True or False:
Scout is proud to be called a girl.
True or False:
Aunt Alexandra has a problem with the way Scout dresses.
True or False:
Atticus supports Cal's decisions as the mother figure of the family.
"Simply because we were licked a hundred years before we started is no reason for us not to try to win."
Who said it and what was it about?
Atticus said it
About the court case
"There's some folks who don't eat like us, but you ain't called on to contradict'em at the table when they don't. That boy's yo' comp'ny and if he wants to eat up the table cloth you let him, you hear?"
Who said it and to whom?
Calpurnia said it to Scout
"He's one of the Ewells, ma'am."
Who said and when?
One of the older kids in the class said it on the first day of school when Miss Caroline found a cootie in Burris's hair.
"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view - until you climb into his skin and walk around in it."
Who said it and to whom?
Atticus said it to Scout
"Foot-washers think women are a sin by definition." Who said it?
"When I went back, they were folded across the fence, like they were expectin' me."
Who said it to whom?
Jem said it to Scout
"The main one is, if I didn't I couldn't hold up my head in town, I couldn't even tell you not to do something again."
Who said it to whom?
Atticus said it to Jem about defending Tom Robinson
"Your father's right. Mockingbirds don't do one thing but make music for us to enjoy."
Who said it and for what reason was it said?
Miss Maudie said it about the kids target shooting with their air rifle. Atticus didn't want them shooting mockingbirds because they were innocent - they were allowed to shoot all the blue jays they wanted.
"Atticus is a gentleman, just like me!"
Said by who? After Atticus did what?
Jem said it after Atticus shot Tim Johnson (the dog)
"She said she was going to leave this world beholden to nothing and nobody" and "She was the bravest person I ever knew."
These were said by who after the death of who?
Said by Atticus after Mrs. Dubose died.
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If an action or procedure that was performed on a patient is not recorded on the written report:
Identify 6 controls specific to real-time data entry of inventory items on a sales order.
what is the gland that helps to protect a man sperm from the acidic environment in females?
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