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55be9034d4 Overview background what people say the first part of the novel the final chapters Boo as an outsider. Christmas 9 Atticus agrees to defend Tom Robinson. In this story, we see a huge range of attitudes displayed by different characters. In her account of Mayella's testimony Scout refers to a Mr. How does this happen? Who does it, and why might he do so? . Back to top . In the penultimate (last but one) chapter, Heck Tate says, of Bob Ewell's switch-blade (flick knife): I said I took it off a drunk man downtown tonight. Scout presents the Missionary Ladies' visit largely without comment, but allowing the reader to form an opinion about what the various ladies say.
Atticus remains calm when provoked directly - look, for example, at how he handles Bob Ewell's challenge: Too proud to fight? No, says Atticus, too old (Think about the ambiguity - on the surface it seems to mean that Atticus is no longer strong and fit enough to fight; but also it might mean that fighting is not something that adults should do - which could imply that Bob has not grown up). The narrative contains some distinctively American lexis (vocabulary) so, to take one chapter (11) as a random example, we find sassiest, mutts and playing hooky. (Look at the speech beginning, This is their home, sister. Henry Lafayette Dubose Aunt Alexandra Mr. Chapter 27. Chapter 12. Scout fights Cousin Francis.