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TKAM Ch. 6-11 Study Guide
Terms in this set (18)
In the tree
Jem and Scout found pennies, gum, twine, 2 figurines, and a watch
No more surprises
There were no more surprises in the tree b/c Nathan Radley cemented the hole closed.
When Jem went back to get his pants they were mended, hemmed and folded up nicely.
Mrs. Dubose's "fits" were caused by trying to overcome her morphine addiction
End of the world
Scout thinks the world is ending b/c they get snow in Macomb for the first time in MANY years.
Atticus says it's a sin to kill a mockingbird b/c they make wonderful music and don't hurt anyone or anything.
Boo Radley drapes a blanket around Scout's shoulders when she gets cold looking at Ms. Maudie's fire.
The fire that burned down Ms. Maudie's house were caused by the lamp she left next to her plants to keep them warm in the cold.
Scout gets in a fight with him b/c he makes fun of Atticus for defending Tom Robinson
the Finches' cousin whom Scout gets into a fight with when he calls Atticus names
Atticus's brother who treat Scout and Jem like kids instead of like small adults as Atticus does
The rabid dog
Atticus shoots a rabid dog wandering through the neighborhood. The children learn he is a very good shot with a gun.
The flower bushes
Jem uses Scout's baton to beat the heads off of Mrs. Dubose's camellia bushes.
As a punishment for destroying the flower bushes, Jem has to read to Mrs. Dubose every day for a month.
After learning about what really happened to Mrs. Dubose, he discovered that people are not always what they seem.
Jem buys Scout a baton with the money he gets for his birthday.
Of all of the nasty things Mrs. Dubose says to Scout and Jem, Jem finally loses it when Mrs. Dubose attacks Atticus for defending Tom Robinson.
Atticus tells Jem that no matter what Mrs. Dubose said, those flowers never did anyone any harm.