Atticus was very cool after Bob spit in his face. “I wish Bob Ewell wouldn’t chew tobacco,” was all Atticus said about it" (Lee).
Jem is very scared for Atticus, Scout, and himself after Mr. Ewell threatened Atticus and them.
Jem came to the point: “Mr. Ewell.” (Lee)
, he said, “What’s bothering you, son?”(Lee).
“Given,” said Atticus. “Tom Robinson’s a colored man, Jem. No jury in this part of the world’s going to say, ‘We think you’re guilty, but not very,’ on a charge like that. It was either a straight acquittal or nothing.” (Lee).
Jem learned that Mr. Cunningham was on Tom's side and thought he was innocent.
“You might like to know that there was one fellow who took considerable wearing down—in the beginning he was rarin’ for an outright acquittal.”(Lee).
Scout and Jem learned a lot of stuff about the Cunninghams and themselves.
Scout and Jem had a long conversation about all of the different types of "folks".