To Kill A Mockingbird
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"He's gone and drowned his dinner in syrup!"
Scout points out that Walter put a lot of syrup on his dinner and Calpurnia takes her to the kitchen and tells her not to judge other people just because they do something different and that she should be nice to her guests no matter what they do.
When Scout's neighbor's house catches fire, she is standing in front of Boo Radley's house, he sneaks out and drapes a blanket over her shoulders.
Atticus protected Tom Robinson at the jailhouse when an angry crowd wanted to hurt him.
Mayella Ewell accused Tom Robinson of raping her, and there was a long and emotional trial which ended in him being convicted guilty wrongly.
Bob Ewell spits in Atticus's face shortly after the trial because Atticus exposed the fact that he beats his children during the trial, shredding the last piece of pride his family had.
Bob Ewell attacked Jem and Scout on their way back home from a pageant at their school to get revenge on Atticus.
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