" I knew he was afraid all along" Jem was trying to prove himself that he wasn't scared, but he was really hesitant to do something. pg.72
"I was just walking by when something crawled out of his hair" pg.34
"At the front door, we saw fire spewing from Miss Maudie's dining room windows as if to confirm what we saw, the town fire siren wailed up the scale to a tremble pitch and remained there, screaming." pg.92
"It's not that, Jem answered, I hear it when we're walkin' along but when we stopped I didn't hear it" pg.349
" Of course it was clear-throat self-defense, but I'll have to go to the office and haunt up" Pg.368 "Thank you for my children Arthur" Pg.370 This is like they can't blame it on boo because he was protecting the kids in it goes back to why not to kill a mockingbird because they do no harm.
*Blaming It On Jem*
"They don't belong anywhere, colored folks won't have 'em 'cause they're colored, so they're just in betweens, don't belong anywhere pg.215