Combo with "TKAM test" and 3 others
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Who was Scout's relative that first settled in America from England
TKAM is a direct flashback about the events leading up to_________
Jem breaking his arm
What is Dill's Official name?
Charles Baker harris
Why did the Radley's not fit in with the Maycomb Society
They stayed inside and did not socialize at all
Why did the Radley's keep Boo in the house?
their religion prevents entertainment of any kind
Which child took the dare to touch the Radley house
Now you tell your father not to teach you anymore. It's best begin learning with a fresh mind. You tell him I'll take over from here and try to undo the damage-" Who says this?
Who goes home from school with Scout and Jem to have dinner.
Who teaches Scout manners?
who tells the teacher she cant make him go anywhere?
What does atticus promise to scout if she goes to school?
she can read with him
what did scout find in the tree?
two sticks of gum
what did jem and scout find next
dolls made of soap
who ran into the radley hous in a tire?
what did jem think he heard in the Radley house?
to lessen or to calm
a lack of generosity
Habitually reserved and uncommunicative
Unconventional or unusual.
All the special skills a person has
boring or uninteresting
wishing evil to others
lacking definite form or limits
Something has no effect on you.
To vex is to annoy, so a vexation is something that causes annoyance or problems
smaller than ordinary
Irritable and quarrelsome
To admit that something is true after denying or resisting it.
causing moral revulsion
To settle a dispute.
Act of avoiding
Not friendly; cool and distant
Kind and gentle
Generosity and thoughtfulness
superior ability and skill
loose or rickety; about to fall apart
deserted of people and in a state of bleak and dismal emptiness.
Who said "walk in other's skin-tolerance
Who said "Courage isn't just a man with a gun-courage"
Who said "It's a sin to kill a mockingbird -justice"
Who said "Mr. Nathan put cement in the tree to keep us from finding things-coming of age"
Who said "Your Company, treat them well- Walter-tolerance"
Who said " someone reading my mind, they must know me-Boo- thoughtful about Boo
Who said "*******lover- division of Finch family
What are two or three examples coming of how scout and jem are coming of age
Black man accused of a crime
Defended by Atticus
motherly advice, tough on manners, teaches her cursive, teaches her about manners
Arthur to Boo
joined a gang called the Cunninghams in old Sarum,resisting arrest, drinking liquor,disrespecting women,all are sent to juive except for him
he is locked up in his house,he stabs his dad with scissors,proceeds to wipe off scissors and continue cutting paper, never seen since
Arthur to Boo
Who shows Jem the real meaning of courage
To meditate is to reflect upon something, or think about it.
A watch (like a guard)
Warm and friendly
carried out; committed
Impossible to understand
cried out noisily
To repay for something or to make up for something
to put on
put liquid on somebody or something
Excessively devoted, enthusiastic, or zealous in a uncritical way
drawn or attracted to something; move toward something
Diminished or lacking some usual quality or level.
Inability to decide
Seclude, take away from others
something that incites or provokes
softened or soothed
Carefully or cautiously
Basic or fundamental nature
To make very angry
to move about steathily
Old fashioned; out-of-style
Disappears into Johannesburg and stops writing home. Kumalo is asked to find her. Never appears directly in the book.
Part of the Church. Stephen Kumalo's friend, Msimangu travels with Kumalo.
Mrs. Lithebe is a member of Msimangu's church. She is also the widow of a builder, so she has a house to herself—a rare luxury for black women in Johannesburg. She is pleased and proud to have Kumalo stay with her, because she is a religious woman. She also welcomes Gertrude and Absalom's girl into the house because Kumalo asks her to. But while she likes Absalom's girlfriend because she is so obedient, Mrs. Lithebe and Gertrude clash several times.
Mrs lithebe is a respectable black women in johannesburg
Anglican priest from England who stays at Sophiatown Mission and offers to help Kumalo with troubles. Counsels Kumalo when he is brokenhearted over son and presides over wedding between Absalom and Absalom's girlfriend. Warm, understanding, faithful.
Stephen Kumalo's sister. Irresponsible, 25 years younger than Kumalo and has a son that she can barely take care of. She wants to find a way to settle down and makeup for lost time with her son.
Gerturd's son was neglected for most of his life. Gertrude wants to make up for lost time by settling down with a good job.
Pregnant with Absalom's kid. Does not have a name in the story. Does not know how old she is. $%
The third young man present at the attempted robbery of Arthur Jarvis's house. According to Absalom's testimony, Pafuri is the ringleader of the group, deciding the time of the robbery and having his weapon "blessed" to give them good luck.
Lawyer who defends Absalom in his case. Important because he defends him for free. Not concerned with his approach, whether it is friendly or not.
Politician competing against John Kumalo to win the hearts and minds of South Africa.
The second in a trio of powerful black politicians in Johannesburg. Dubula provides the heart to complement John Kumalo's voice. The bus boycott and the construction of Shanty Town are his handiwork.
Condemns Absalom to death.
"dont you think, Mr. de Villers, that more schooling simply means ______"
What do the two country club ladies discuss about native life?
the lack of separate recreation facilities
How does the POV change in chapter 12?
it moves from Kumalo to other white Africans
"and others say that this is a danger, for better-paid labour will not only buy more, but will also read more, think more, ask more, and will not be content to be forever _____ and _____."
Voiceless and inferior
who else was searching for absalom beside Kumalo and Msimangu?
when Msimangu and Kumalo leave the girl's house, who pays for the taxi?
Kumalo pays for the taxi.
Ezenzeleni is a place for whom specifically?
Blind black south Africans
Who does Kumalo take back to Ndotsheni from Ezenzeleni
Absalom's girlfriend and unborn child
"For it was not only a voice of gold, but a man whose heart was golden, reading from a book of golden words" who is this about?
What does Kumalo NOT question while at Ezenzeleni?
The power of the white man
The courts legal verdict for Absalom
The legal verdict for Matthew and Johannes.
What important event happens at the jail?
Who performs this event?
what will absalom name his child if it's a boy?
What is absalom afraid of?
who says"I have heard, he said, that a man might have been sent to this shop to deceive you. As a friend"
Who does Jarvis give money to?
at whose home is the "party" for Kumalo held?
who is retiring to a community and forswearing the world and all possessions?
Who is "gone" at the end of part 2?
What word best describes Ndotsheni when Kumalo returns
Who did kumalo fear to pray for in public
What did Kumalo leave running when he returned
What word describes the people of Ndotsheni's reaction to kumalos return
in chapter 2, who is the first important person that kumalo meets with in order to create change in Ndotsheni?
Who is the second important person that Kumalo meets with?
who is the small boy on the red horse that visits Kumalo
what does the boy ask kumalo for?
What does kumalo learn about absalom from mr Carmichaels letter?
what was the important meeting between Jarvis and the white men (chief, counselors, etc.)
Where did Jarvis and Kumalo seek shelter during the storm?
What does the small boy on the horse want to practice with kumalo?
What language does Napoleon speak?
Absaloms legal verdict
Matthew and Johannes legal verdict
What does the young white man "break" by helping Kumalo out of the courthouse.
What important event occurs at the jail
Who performs the marriage at the Jail?
What does Absalom want to name his child if its a boy?
What is absalom afraid of?
Who says this "i have heard, he said, that a man might have been sent to this shop to deceive you. As a friend."
Who does Jarvis give money to?
Whose home is the party for Kumalo held at?
Who is retiring to a community and forswearing the world and all possessions?
who is gone at the end of part II
Who is retir
Adored, Cherished, much loved
a tall fern that covers large areas
pitifully sad and abandoned
open, uncultivated grassland
steep sided, wooded ravine or valley
not wearing any shoes
showing low estimate of self-importance.
many objects or items.
all people ordained for religious duties in the christian church
a member of the clergy
excessive pride in yourself (narcissist)
a language of south Africa
a big truck
word for god
Christian protestant sect
dry gully formed by running water
a senior member of the clergy
a lazy person
bad tempered and gloomy
unable to speak clearly
large-fast moving stream of water.
condemnation of someone or something
to restore friendly relations between.
having skill in achieving one's ends by deceit
quiet, gentle, submissive
Faithfulness to something or someone
illegal (by law, rules, or custom)
an insulting and scornful term for African American
based on what is usually done or believed.
formal and dignified
great bull voice hears his power
aunt of Barbra Smith
I am women, you know it.I laugh and speak carelessly. Perhaps it would help me to become a nun.
abandoned by mother, bonds with steven
from them I learned all that a child should learn of honor and charity and generosity. But of South Africa I learned nothing at all.
Brother of Mary
Learns about his son through writings
He stood up, but the boy caught his father by the knees and cried out to him, you must not leave me, you must not leave me.
I have one great fear in my heart that one day when they are turned to loving, they will find that we are turned to hating.
msimangu says this
instructs stephen not to question the mysteries of God
widow with twochildren
firedby barbara smith for brewig booze
it is idle and careless the way they laugh and talk. do you not want to be a good woman?
mrslithebe says this
starts life over in ndotsheni
employed at johannesburg reformatory
carries a "blessed" weapon,struckarthursservant
the brain of the native rights movement
"the heart" of the native rights movement
forced to enact unjust laws
young white boy
what song inspires margi and her family when they hear it on the radio?
the Iranian national anthem
Margi's dad thinks that mollys husband is too ____
what does the regime give boys to "get them into heaven"
what do margi and her grandmother have to throw out?
What symbolizes margi's coming of age?
What does uncle taher need to survive?
according to the health administry, what does uncle tahers survival depend on?
what does margis parents bring her back from istanbul
what day was it when the bomb hit the levy's home?
who spends the night with margi on the night departure
Where is margi going?
in the first chapter what does margi want to be?
What does margi think God looks like?
What is the bycicle a metaphor for
the iranian revolution
who falls in love with the neighbors son
Ramen justifies his father for killing people for the shah becauze they were
Uncle Anush made margi two of these____
Margi is upset because her boyfriend is leaving to the
who does margi tell to shut up and get out of her life?
what did the islamic regime close for two years
What did iranian women have to wear?
what were iranian men forbidden to wear?
margis mom tells her to lie about
when margis family RETURNS from vacation, what do they find out is happening in iran?