To kill a Mocking bird
By squege, Updated
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Chapter 12: In this chapter we have Scout and Jem who attend church. Reverend Sykes welcomes them into the church, they discuss the problem with Tom Robinson's wife which is Tom Robinson being accused of rape.
Chapter 13: In this chapter aunt Alexandra enters the life of Jem, Scout, and Atticus. She is there to give a feminine influence to Scout. The only problem is that scout finds that a nuisance, since she is being told how to act.
Chapter 14: In this chapter while Atticus was discussing the trial with aunt Alexandrea, Scout asks Atticus what "rape" is. The time where calpuernea took them to church came up. Aunt alexandrea said they cannot see calpernia because she is unneeded.
(part 2) Chapter 14: In this chapter while Scout and Jem were going to bed Scout checks under bed to find that Dill was under their bed. Jem went to tell Atticus. Atticus gives Dill bread and milk and was told in the morning he was going to go back home.
Chapter 15: In this chapter the trial of Tom Robinson was near. Atticus was aware of lynch mobs in the area and since Tom Robinson was transferred to a jail near he decided to stay there for a night. That night a mob appears in front of the jail. They threatned Atticus. Then later Jem and Scout appear. Scout recognizes Mr. Cunningham. Scout chats with him and tells him to say that Scout saiys "Hi" to his son. He realizes what he's doing is wrong and abandons the mob.
Chapter 16: Atticus must attend the court because the trial was that day. The court was packed. It was crowded inside of the courthouse and all the parking spots were packed. The blacks and whites were sgregated on were they were sitting. The blacks sat on the top row and the whites on the bottom row
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