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Tom Robinson
Updated: 4/24/2020
Tom Robinson
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Storyboard Text

  • Tom Robinson's Trial
  • Atticus questions Heck Tate
  • Atticus questions Bob Ewell
  • Tom Robinson gets accused of raping Mayella, and Atticus is his lawyer.
  • Atticus questions Mayella
  • Atticus questions Heck Tate about Mayella's injuries as well as the details of the crime.
  • Atticus questions Mayella
  • Atticus questions Bob Ewell about his Daughter's injuries and the day of the crime. He also forces Mr. Ewell to write with his name down, and he naturally does it with left hand. By doing this, it helps with Atticus's logos about Mayella's left eye being bruised.
  • Atticus questions Tom
  • When Mayella comes in to testify her case and cries to persuade the court that Tom Robinson raped her. Mayella uses the appeal of Pathos to get the jury on her side so that Atticus looks like horrible human.
  • Atticus shows that Tom Robinson couldn't have done this act because his left arm is crippled. This reason helps Atticus's logos for why Tom Robinson is innocent. Atticus then uses pathos to demonstrate how her hard her living conditions at her home is.
  • Atticus shows that Tom worked at the Ewell house on multiple accounts, and uses this statement to show Tom's ethos. and that he is completely innocent and had no intention for harm. Atticus shows no bias in this court ruling because his opinions are based on logic.
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