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  • Chapter 7. Radley's Gifts to the children
  • "These are good," he said. "I've never seen any these good."
  • Chapter 8. Fires burn bright, even in the snow
  • We stood watching the street fill with men and cars while fire silently devoured Miss Maudie's house.
  • Chapter 9. Punishment
  • "Well, your in trouble now. Stay there." I was debating whether to stand there or run and tarried in indecision a moment to long: I turned to flee but Uncle Jack was quicker... When I surveyed the damage there were only seven or eight red marks....
  • School had started again and Jem was moody and silent for a week after having retrieved his pants their last night with Dill. Jem had then explained that the pants were folded and stitched, waiting for him near the fence they had crawled under to get away. Then throughout a couple of weeks, Scout and Jem started receiving other objects from the knothole, near the radley house. First it was gray twine, then two small soap carvings of themselves, next was a tarnished metal, and then their was a pocket watch with a knife. This was the last thing they had gotten because the knothole was filled with cement, having hit Jem hard as his tie with the mystery person was lost.
  • Chapter 10. Dead Shot Finch
  • In front of the Radley gate, Tim Johnson had made up what was left on his mind.... With movements so swift they seemed simultaneous, Atticus's hand yanked a ball-tipper lever as he brought the gun to his shoulder. The rifle cracked. Tim Johnson leaped, flopped over and crumpled on the sidewalk in a brown-and-white heap.
  • In this chapter, the winter had come in and for the first time in many, many years it had snowed, this giving Jem a small bit of brilliance as he made a snowman of dear old Mr. Avery. This then caused Atticus to get them to change it, so no one would take offense. Later, in the middle of the night, Miss Maudie’s house had been ignited in flames and was burned down. Once the kids were able to go back inside, Scout had found a blanket with her with which she didn’t bring with her outside, and considering she was in front of the Radley house most believe Boo had given it to her in the midst of all the panic caused by the fire.
  • Chapter 11. Old Dubose
  • This chapter started off Scout being teased by Jacob Cecil, him having said her father defended “niggers”. This led to a discussion between Atticus and Scout that no matter what anyone said she wouldn’t fight over it. It was then Christmas and their Uncle jack had come to stay with them, bringing to large parcels each holding airguns. Later that day however, the Finches then went over to the landing where things took a turn for the worst. This being that scout had lashed out on her cousin, Francis and had gotten a lashing over her it from Uncle Jack. Later at night when all was forgiven, Scout had listened in on a conversation between Jack and Atticus.
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  • In chapter 10, the kids had started playing with their new airsoft guns, and Atticus had warned them that they may shoot birds but they were never shoot a mockingbird for it was a sin. This was later confirmed by Miss Maudie. Out with their airsoft guns the two kids see Tim who’s suffering from rabies, and later end up having atticus kill him from a long distance away. The kids were very shocked for they thought he was a frail boring old man, but turned out to be the “deadest shot in Maycomb.” This teaching Jem a valuable lesson in being humble.
  • Boom!!!!
  • This chapter was all about Mrs. Dubose, a cranky rude old lady two doors down from the Finch’s. Anytime any of the Finch’s passed she would give rude and mean comments, though one day Jem is pushed over the edge on the way to town and on the way back he ruins Mrs. Dubose’s flowers, this then lead into the punishment of Jem having to go over every day after school and read to her. One day after his month and one week have passed of Jem’s reading had passed Dubose passed away and left Jem one of the flowers he had cut down.
  • We had just come to her gate when Jem snatched my baton and ran flailing wildly up the steps int Mrs. Dubose front yard.... he had cut the tops of every camellia bush Mrs. Dubose owned... Jem yanked my hair, said he didn't care a, he'd do it again if he got the chance...
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