Link Dias said, " Nobody around here here's up to anything, it's just that Old Sarum bunch I'm worried about … can't you get a … what is it, Heck?"
"They were after you, weren't they?" (…) "They wanted to get you?" (...) "What have you been reading?" (…) "No son, those were our friends."
"Why ain't you going to bed?" (Scout questioned). "I'm going downtown for a while" (Jem replied). (…) " Why? It's almost ten o'clock, Jem." (…)"Then I'm going you
I dressed quickly. We waited until Aunty's light went out, and we walked quietly down the back steps. There was no moon tonight. "Dill'll wanta come," I whispered (Scout). "So he will," said Jem gloomily.
"He in there Mr. Finch?" a man said. "He is," we heard Atticus answer,"and he's asleep. Don't wake him up." (…) " You know what we want," another man said. " Get aside from the door, Mr. Finch."
" I go to school with Walter," I began again. "He's your boy, ain't he? Ain't he sir?" (...) "He's in my grade," I said, " and he does right well. He's a good boy," I added, "a real nice boy. We brought him home for dinner one time. Maybe he told you about me, I beat him up one time but he was real nice about it. Tell him hey for me, won't you?" (…) " I'll tell him you said hey, little lady," he said.