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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Don't call my daddy an N-lover!
  • Climax
  • What were you doing the night of November 21?
  • Scout and Jem Finch live in a small town in Alabama called Maycomb, during the great depression. They live in the town with their dad Atticus, and their nanny, Calpurnia (who comes during the day. The Finch house is just a few houses away from the mysterious Radley place, where the unseen Boo Radley lives.
  • Conflict
  • No!
  • Atticus takes the case of a black man raping a white women. He is defending the black man, Tom Robinson. The word gets around the town quickly and soon everybody knows. Kids at school and telling Scout that her dad's an N-lover. This starts to show the prejudice in Maycomb.
  • Falling Action
  • Tom's dead
  • Jem, Scout, and Dill (their neighbor's nephew) sneak into the court house to watch the trial. They sit with Reverend Sykes in the balcony. The kids are exposed to the trial and know that Tom Robinson is clearly innocent, but the result of the trial, again, shows the prejudiced in Maycomb.
  • Resolution
  • Shhh, Scout. I hear something behind us when we walk
  • Jem and Scout realize the prejudice in their "perfect" town. Everybody knows that Tom Robinson is innocent, but because he is a black man, he is found guilty. This problem runs throughout the whole book. 
  • Yay!
  • Tom Robinson is guilty!
  • Woohooo!
  • Tom Robinson tries to escape prison, but is shot and killed. Atticus has to tell Alexandra and Calupurnia, and Scout overhears their conversation. Atticus then has to go and tell Tom's wife, Helen.
  • Jem and Scout are an their way home from the pageant when Bob Ewell follows them home in the dark and tries to kill them. Jem breaks his arm and Scout's costume saves her from being killed. Boo Radley sees this happening and comes out and kills Bob and saves Jem and Scout. Scout realizes that exposing Boo, would be like killing a mockingbird, because he was just trying to save their lives. 
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