chapter 20 tkam

chapter 20 tkam

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  • You mean all your drink in that sack's Coca-cola? Just plain Coca- cola?
  • Yes ma'am.
  • Why do you do like you do?
  • Folks can say Dolphus Raymond's in the clutches of whiskey- that's why he lives the way he does.
  • Things haven't caught up with that one's instinct yet. Let him get older and he won't get sick and cry.
  • Cry about what, Mr Raymond?
  • The children found out that Mr Dolphus Raymond has been pretending to be drunk.
  • Cry about the simple hell white people give other people- without even thinking. Cry about the hell white people give coloured folks, without even stopping to think that they're people, too.
  • He wanted to provide people with an explanation of his actions to make his life easier and to live the way he wants to live.
  • ... absence of any corroborative evidence, this man was indicted on a capital charge and is now on trial for his life...
  • Since Dill is still young and innocent, Mr Raymond believes that with a few years more, Dill will be able to naturally accept the presence of prejudice and discrimination against the blacks in Alabama.
  • We're gonna win, Scout. I don't see how we can't. He's been at it 'bout five minutes.He made it as plain and easy-well.
  • Mr Raymond explain people are racist even without thinking and it seemed to be a pattern throughout history.
  • The courtroom was still. Atticus was half-way through his speech to the jury when the children entered the courtroom.
  • Reverend Sykes saved the children's seats. Jem paid close attention and believes in Atticus. He understands that the prosecution has not provided any substantial evidence and Atticus has a hope of winning the case.
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