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I chose to illustrate this passage because I found it very sad to read. This shows how black people were treated back then. They were falsely accused of doing Something terrible. This also shows how white people use black people as a way to get out of trouble.
This passage illustrates the part where Dean is expelled from the courtroom. I found this hard to read because I felt angry against the judge. I understand that he interrupted him, but he was helping Tom. I felt that the judge was annoyed with him because he defended a black man.
This illustration shows the passage where Mr. Raymond tells the children that he does not drink alcohol. He prétends to be drunk because he perfers black people. This states that black people are treated in a condescending way. White people who perfer black people have to suffer to get their way.
This passage was one of my favorites because this really shows how the black people are all unite. A multitude of them went to support Tom and many of them left the courtroom with ther head high because of what Atticus did for them. This was a symbol used for the black community.
This scene shows the passage where Jem is thinking about the Maycomb community and its people. He is disgusted by the white people for being so rude in the courtroom. This shows how people who were so fond of Maycomb could change in an instant if they just notice what is around them.
This illustration shows the passage in which Scout and Jem talk about school.sports, growing up... I enjoyed this passage because even though they have many problems going on in their lives, they still have time to talk about mundane subjects. This passage reminded me of the begining of the book where Jem and Scout were having fun with the whel and not worrying about problems
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