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(1) (Scout) I cant believe her!
(2) (Jem) Just calm down scout. Lets talk. Look im starting to grow chest hair. Im going to try out for football.
(2) ( Scout ) Why do the Cunninghams look down on the Ewells?
(1) (Jem) Why does our aunt aunt despise the Cunninghams? I figured it out! Boo stays in his house because he wants to. He doesnt want to deal with this.
Tom Robinson Cell #45
Scout grows furious, and Jem hastily takes her out of the room. In his bedroom, Jem reveals his minimal growth of chest hair and tells Scout that he is going to try out for the football team in the fall. Trying to distract Scout
Again, the kids' inability to understand prejudice proves prejudice makes no sense. The adult world is corrupt and senseless, and that's why Boo wants nothing to do with it.
Meanwhile, Tom Robinson is still in prison. Atticus thinks he has a good shot of winning on appeal. If he loses, though, Tom will be executed
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