now Burris, why don't you go home and clean up and come back tomorrow...
"ain't no snot-nosed slut of a school teacher ever born c'n make me do nothin!
does this game have anything to do with the Radley's ? i hope it doesn't!
maybe we can play more in your yard...
umm, No sir...
NOOO, my pants are stuck!!!
O Noooo!!! is that Mr. Radley!?!
In chapter 3, a "cootie" crawls out of Burris Ewell's hair and frightens Miss Caroline. After Miss Caroline settles herself, she asks for Burris's name and tells him to go home and take a bath.
i don't know, Scout.. they look like soap figures.
Jem, what is that in the hole ??
When Scout, Jem, and Dill play an imaginative game called Boo Radley, Atticus’ methods are shown in an understated manner. When he discovers the children playing the game.
we never left this spot, Sir..
SCOUT, JEM.. i told ya'll not to leave !!
shut up Cecil!! or i will fight you...
the children's escapade of trespassing on the Radleys' property is that they are heard and pursued by Mr. Nathan Radley. Also on their way back over the fence jim's pants get caught on the fence.
SCOUT! Your the one who's dad is defending n*ggers!
A few days later, after school has begun for the year, Jem tells Scout that he found the pants mysteriously mended and hung neatly over the fence. Also Late that fall, another present appears in the knothole~ two figures carved in soap to resemble Scout and Jem.
That night, Atticus wakes Scout and helps her put on her bathrobe and coat and goes outside with her and Jem. Miss Maudie's house is on fire. Atticus also thinks that Jem and Scout disobeyed him by leaving
what are you talking about??
At school, Scout nearly starts a fight with a classmate named Cecil Jacobs after Cecil declares that “Scout Finch's daddy defends niggers.” Atticus has been asked to defend Tom Robinson, a black man accused of raping a white woman.