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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Who really is Boo Radley? Why does he never come out of his house? Jem would know.
  • Rising Action
  • He took advantage of me!
  • Tom did you rape Ms Mayella?
  • Poor Tom Robinson. This is unfair.
  • No, I did not sir.
  • Scout and Jem Finch live in Maycomb, Alabama with their father, Atticus. Scout, Jem, and their neighbor, Dill play together every summer in the neighborhood. They are very curious about the their neighbors, the Radleys. They make up a game pretending to be the Radelys. Scout is Mrs Radely, Jem is Boo Radely, and Dill is Mr Radely. Scout is not that happy with the game.
  • Climax
  • Cal, I need you to come with me to the Robinson's house. Tom is dead, and I would like your help telling Helen Robinson.
  • Scout, Jem, and Dill are very curious in Boo Radely, and the stories made up about him. They spend the summer trying to get a glimpse of him, or possibly getting him to come outside. 
  • Falling Action
  • Scout, get up! Run!
  • Tom Robinson is put on trial, because he is accused of raping Mayella Ewell. Atticus defends him, but the odds are against them. Tom and Atticus lose the trial to Bob and Mayella Ewell, and their laywer Mr. Glimer. Scout and Jem gain many opinions about their town and how prejudice and racist people really are. 
  • Resolution
  • Atticus comes home early one day, and announces that Tom Robinson has been shot and killed. Everyone is surprised and upset. Scout understands more about the injustice of the trial, and what her father gave up to defend Tom.
  • Jem and Scout are walking home late from the town play in the path in the woods. They get attached by Bob Ewell, and get separated. Scout can't find Jem, and she is very scared. 
  • Jem?! Jem, where are you?!
  • At the end of the book, it is decided that Bob Ewell fell on his knife and killed himself. Boo Radely (Aurther Radely), actually saved Jem and Scout, and he was the one who killed Bob Ewell. Scout understands why the sherif made this decision, it is "It is a sin to kill a mockingbird" lesson. She understands Boo now, and respects him. She walks him home, and never sees him again.
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