In this chapter Atticus stays at the jail to protect Tom Robinson before the trial. Bob Ewell comes to kill Tom and hurt Atticus, if he gets in the way. Scout sees the mob and is scared of Atticus getting hurt. Scout runs to Atticus and is able to stop the mob from hurting anyone by talking about a boy in her class.
Do you know walter cunningham?
Scout why are you here!?
This is the jury scene. Mayella is accusing Tom Robinson of hurting her. Atticus is defending Tom. This is the most important part of the book because it really represents that during the depression that Black people were getting accused of crimes they didn't do because of the social standards back then.
Tom Hurt me
Tom Robinson was pleaded Guilty for a crime he did not commit. Atticus and all the supporters are devasted.
the jury has pleaded Tom guilty
DON'T HURT THEM!!!
Tom Robinson was caught sneaking out of jail and was shot 17 times. This important because they killed a innocent man and it is relevant to today because this is still sometimes happening in our own society.
When Atticus and Calpernia went To tell Helen about Tom's death. Helen was devastated she fell to the ground and was so upset. This is important because it showed how racism had a toll on people.
This is horrible Helen. Just devasting.
In the end of the book Bob Ewell attacks Jem and Scout. Boo comes and saves the kids. This is important because Boo comes out of hiding. Bob finally gets killed because he is a horrible man. Scout comes of age and learns how to put others before herself.