Who attacks Jem and Scout?

Bob Ewell

How does Tom die in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Tom Robinson was shot while trying to escape from prison. In a way, Bob Ewell killed Tom Robinson. He was the one who accused him of raping Mayella. Since Tom didn’t really do it, but the jury convicted him anyway, Tom Robinson’s death was partly Ewell’s fault.

Why was scout beating up Walter?

Why does Scout beat up Walter in the school yard before lunch? She beat him up because he “made her start off on the wrong foot” with Miss Caroline. He almost died because he ate the pecans from the Radley’s house that feel onto the school yard.

Who is Arthur Radley JR’s brother?

Nathan

What does scout say to Mr Cunningham that gets her in trouble?

The importance of this fight with Walter Cunningham is shown later when Scout speaks to his father and singles him out from the mob at the jail. It is Mr. Scout tries unsuccessfully to explain this principle to Miss Caroline and gets in trouble for her effort: “You’re shamin’ him, Miss Caroline.

What quote shows that Scout has matured?

“Atticus was right. One time he said you never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them. Just standing on the Radley porch was enough” (Lee321). This quote shows Scout maturing because she is realizing that you cant judge people, you never know what they go through.

Who does Scout beat up and why?

Walter Cunningham jr.

What is Boo Radley’s real name?

Arthur Radley “Boo” Radley is a lonely man who attempts to reach out to Jem and Scout for love and friendship, such as leaving them small gifts and figures in a tree knothole.

Why is Scout beating up Walter at the beginning of Chapter 3?

Why does scout beat up Walter Cunningham at the schoolyard? because he was one of the reasons scout had gotten in trouble.. Because he thought scout would hurt him again.

What is Boo Radleys personality?

How about shy, enigmatic, misunderstood, thoughtful, and brave? Boo is shy because he hides in his home to escape what is sure to be curious (at best) and evil (at worst) torments about his condition. Ironically, curious children (such as Scout, Jem, and Dill) are the ones who coax Boo out into the real world.

Why has Scout started swearing?

Scout is cursing because she finds curse words have a certain “attractiveness,” and she also believes that if she continues to curse then Atticus will not send her back to school because he will believe that she picked up the curse words at school.

Why is Boo Radley afraid to come out?

Boo doesn’t come out because he doesn’t want to come out. His life experience tells him that the world is a scary, hard place. He was also shut inside by his father after a violent incident. His father is now dead, but his older brother is still domineering.

Why was Boo Radley never seen?

The first reason we hear that Boo Radley stays inside is that he is forced to stay inside, first by his father, and then by his brother, Nathan. Boo was labeled a “bad kid” when his was in school.

Who is Scout’s fiance?

To Kill a Mockingbird – Character Matching

A B
Dill Scout’s “fiance” who visits in the summer
Boo Radley Finches’ secret protector
John Taylor Judge at Tom’s trial; shrewd, fair man
Zeebo Garbage collector

What is Miss Caroline afraid of?

In short, Miss Caroline was afraid of the head louse that crawled out of Burris Ewell’s hair. Miss Caroline tells Little Chuck that she sees something crawling in the student’s hair.

What are the 3 mistakes Scout makes?

Scout certainly starts off on the wrong foot her first day of school. First, she demonstrates that she knows how to read. Second, she demonstrates that she knows how to write. Third, she tries to offer an explanation for Walter Cunningham’s behavior when Miss Caroline tries to give him money for lunch.

How does Scout mature in To Kill a Mockingbird quotes?

One quote that demonstrates Scout’s maturity in To Kill a Mockingbird can found towards the beginning of chapter 28, when she walks past the Radley residence at night. Scout tells Jem, “It is a scary place though, ain’t it?… Boo doesn’t mean anybody any harm, but I’m right glad you’re along” (Lee, 258).

Did Atticus win case?

In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch does not win the court case. Tom Robinson, an African-American man, is found guilty of raping a white woman,…

Who punished scout for cursing?

Uncle Jack

How is Scout growing up in To Kill a Mockingbird?

She grew up during the 1930’s in Maycomb, Alabama; with her brother Jem, her father Atticus, and their housekeeper (but also family) Calpurnia. When she was 2 her mother passed away; since then Calpurnia has served as a mother figure to Scout. In the book, Scout functions as both a questioner and an observer.

What are some signs that Scout is growing up?

In To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout shows signs of maturing and growing up by appealing to Mr. Cunningham’s interests at the jail, recognizing the hypocrisy of Miss Gates, showing concern for Jem and Atticus, accepting that Jem is growing up, and showing respect to and empathizing with Boo Radley.