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  • Maycomb is a small, close-knit town, and every family has its social station depending on where they live, who their parents are, and how long their ancestors have lived in Maycomb.A widower, Atticus raises his children by himself.
  • Scout and Jem almost instinctively understand the complexities and machinations of their neighborhood and town. The only neighbor who puzzles them is the mysterious Arthur Radley, nicknamed Boo, who never comes outside.
  • Scout is a tomboy who prefers the company of boys and generally solves her differences with her fists.Scout hates school, gaining her most valuable education on her own street and from her father.
  • Scout and Jem discover that their father is going to represent a black man named Tom Robinson, who is accused of raping and beating a white woman. Suddenly, Scout and Jem have to tolerate a barrage of racial slurs and insults because of Atticus' role in the trial.Suddenly, Scout and Jem have to tolerate a barrage of racial slurs and insults because of Atticus' role in the trial.
  • Thank you Mr Atticus for representing Tom.
  • Why must dad waste his effort and represent Tom!!!
  • Arghhhh!!!
  • Shortly after the trial, Scout attends one of her aunt's Missionary Society meetings. Atticus interrupts the meeting to report that Tom Robinson had been killed in an escape attempt. Scout learns valuable lessons about achieving the ideal of womanhood and carrying on in the face of adversity that day.On the way home, the children hear odd noises, but convince themselves that the noises are coming from another friend who scared them on their way to school that evening. Suddenly, a scuffle occurs. Scout really can't see outside of her costume, but she hears Jem being pushed away, and she feels powerful arms squeezing her costume's chicken wire against her skin.
  • Acheiving woman hood
  • Whats that noise
  • The sheriff arrives at the Finch house to announce that Bob Ewell has been found dead under the tree where the children were attacked, having fallen on his own knife. By this time, Scout realizes that the stranger is none other than Boo Radley, and that Boo is actually responsible for killing Ewell, thus saving her and Jem's lives. In spite of Atticus' insistence to the contrary, the sheriff refuses to press charges against Boo. Scout agrees with this decision and explains her understanding to her father.
  • I will not arrest you no matter what you have done Mr Atticus.Please stop persuading me to arrest you or charge you.
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