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"After many telephone calls, much pleading on behalf of the defendant, and a long forgiving letter from his mother, it was decided that Dill could stay" (Lee 146).
Atticus, can he pleaaaaase stay, just for a little bit?
A mob showed up outside of the Finch house and asked atticus to come out to discuss the lawsuit and the happenings of Tom Robinson.
“...movin‘ him to the county jail tomorrow" (Lee 146).
Scout saw that Jem wasnt going to bed, so she stopped by to see what he was doing at 10 pm and he told her he was going downtown. At hearing that, Scout demanded that she go with him.
“I’m goin‘ downtown for a while" (Lee 150).
Atticus was reading under a light outside of Tom Robinson's jail cell, when 4 cars pulled up to the jail. Men got out by 2's and 1's.
Scout saw the men confront Atticus. She thought she knew them, but when she jumped in the middle of the group, she saw no familiar faces. She looked until she recognized one of the men as Mr Cunningham and brought up his entailment.
Because of his kids being in danger, Atticus asked his kids to go home to safety. But, Jem sensed what was happening and did not leave. Eventually the mob left and the family was safe.
Jem, go now and take Dill and Scout
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