Try to go to sleep, it will be all over after tomorrow, maybe.
Atticus folding his newspaper and pushing back his hat becoming Atticus standing in the middle street
They've all got blue eyes and the men can't shave their beard after they marry
Jem took me to his room and put me in bed beside him. We came in quietly so as to not disturb Aunty Alexandra. Just as I was about to fall asleep, a memory of Atticus folding his newspaper calmly and pushing his hat back became Atticus standing in the middle of the empty waiting street, leading me to cry.
A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance
Where are you going, Stephanie?
To the Jitney Jungle
Everyone's appetite was delicate except Jem's, as he ate through his three eggs while Aunt Alexandra sipped coffee with a look of disapproval. Aunt Alexandra disapproves how Atticus talks in front of Calpurnia. They discuss about Calpurnia, before moving onto other topics like Mr Cunningham and how they have different views on him. At that moment, Dill came and invited all of them to go to the front porch with the exception of Atticus as he had departed already.
As it was a Saturday, people were leisurely strolling pass our house, Mr Dolphus Raymond lurched by on his thoroughbred. A wagonload of laddies rattled past us as well, and a bearded man in wool drove past them. Mr X Billups, whose name is X and not his initial rode on a mule and waved to them. As the county went by us, Jim gave Dill histories and general attitudes of the more prominent figures like Mr Tensaw Jones, Miss Emily Davis, Mr Byron Waller and Mr Jake Slade.
A wagonload of citizens appeared and pointed to Miss Maudie's yard, ablaze with summer flowers. Although Miss Maudie was standing very far away from us, we could tell by her body language that she was grinning. As we strolled over, Jim asked Miss Maudie if she was going to court, but she was not going. Jim tried persuading her, to no avail. Miss Stephanie Crawford came by. Miss Maudie claimed that she had never seen Miss Stephanie go to the jungle before.
He that cometh in vanity departeth in darkness!
There was no space for parking as the courthouse square was filled with picnic parties. The Negroes sat quietly in the Sun, with Mr Dolphus Raymond joining them. Jim and Dill then believes that Mr Dolphus likes coloured woman and coloured children. Jim then shares that he was supposed to get married, but he was good to his children. Jim pities mixed children as he feels they do not belong anywhere. A small boy walks past them, and they discussed on differentiating people.
The Maycomb Courthouse was faintly reminiscent of Arlington and the pillars supporting the roof was built in 1856. The courthouse was early Victorian style. To reach the courtroom, one must pass by many officials. As there was a crowd, I got separated from Jim and Dill, but i knew they would come for me. I found myself in the middle of the Indlers' Club where people in there spent their lives doing nothing. The public was against Atticus defending a black.