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(2) (Attics) Tom will go to the electric chair, as rape is a capital offense in Alabama.
what happens if Tom loses?
(1) (Atticus) As I was telling your sister earlier, in an Alabama court of law, a white man’s word always beats a black man’s, and we were lucky to have the jury out so long. In fact, one man on the jury wanted to acquit— it was one of the Cunninghams.
(2)(Jem) No way!
(1) (Scout) I want to invite young Walter Cunningham to dinner!!
(2) (Aunt Alexandra) Who do you think we are? Us finches to not associate with such trash.
In the block above, Scout asks Atticus about Tom and what would happen if he were to lose. The the theme of this block would be curious. Because Scout wants to know whats going to happen. She loves to ask questions and find out everything that there is to know.
This block is Atticus telling Jem about the trial and what is to come in the future. He tells how a black mans word is nothing over a white mans. The theme of this block is Good, Evil, and Human Dignity.
Even after the obvious lessons the trial taught about the idiocy and danger of racist prejudice, Aunt Alexandra continues to hold onto her prejudices about class difference. She thinks that "they" the finches are too good for such trash.
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