Scout then goes to Atticus who provides some consolation. As Jem grows older, he finds it difficult to deal with the hypocrisy and cruelty of people, but Atticus helps him work through some of that disappointment. Even an insect is worth saving if it's not causing any harm. He comes to stay with Atticus, Jem, and Scout for a week every Christmas, and the kids love him. He comes through town bobbing and weaving and drinks from a brown paper bag. Although he is a bigot, he hides in his office next to the jailhouse to protect Atticus and Tom Robinson from the Old Sarum mob that tries to take Tom from the jail to lynch him. Her costume makes it hard for her to walk fast, see, and hear clearly.
Miss Gates talks about how Hitler is evil for killing all the Jews, and how being prejudiced against someone for their religion is wrong, yet she is racist against black people. Find at least one example for each category. I don't know the circumstances for why this question is being asked. These ladies are wonderful role models for Scout, yet Aunt Alexandra doesn't recognize the positive effect that they have on her niece. Your child has been assigned an account on mobymax. Boo, however, begins to win Scout and Jem over by leaving gifts for them in the knothole of an oak tree until his brother, Nathan, cements the knothole.
Both Atticus and Aunt Alexandra are too tired to attend the festivities, so Jem takes Scout to the school. He challenges Miss Caroline to make him stay and then reduces her to tears with all sorts of horrible insults when she sends him away. He does it so that people will believe that alcoholism is why he lives the way he does rather than face the fact that he lives with colored people because he wants to. This includes, Atticus, Judge Taylor, Helen Robinson, and Link Deas. Uncle Natchell cartoon mascot for a fertilizer product called Natural Chilean Nitrate of Soda; advertisements for this product were in comic book or story form. This is a program designed to help students with prior learning they may have not understood and with enrichment of things they may get in the future.
Underwood underscores the town's immaturity and callousness when it comes to racial issues. Jem hates what happened to Tom; that's why he acted so violently towards Scout. Mayella Ewell: The girl Tom Robinson is accused of raping. Scout notices that the Radley house is still stark and depressing, but no longer as frightening as it once was. Walter Cunningham: Walter is the son of a local farmer whom Atticus helped with a legal problem regarding his land. He is a recluse who has remained in the house down the street from the Finch house for years. Miss Stephanie is one of the main sources for stories about Boo Radley.
Lee uses these chapters primarily to discuss Maycomb's attitudes about women and those not white, particularly in light of Tom's death. At the Missionary Society meeting, Scout is embarrassed when the ladies laugh at her answers to their questions. Miss Gates is Scout's third grade teacher. At least one sentence each. She is a hypocrite and isracist against black people. Chapter 26 This chapter focuses on two specific subjects.
Judge Taylor: Judge Taylor is the Maycomb County judge who presided over the Tom Robinson trial. Persecution comes from people who are prejudiced. In a situation of oppression, the oppressors do what's necessary to maintain their power. Complete exercises 1 and 2 on page 67 as well. I have also sent a letter with this information home for parents. In fact, rather than offer further thematic commentary, Lee devotes a great part of these chapters to building tension and suspense by focusing on the unpredictable threat that Bob Ewell poses.
Meanwhile, the shadow of the trial still hangs over her. Scout is amazed at how Miss Maudie and Aunt Alexandra handle the news of Tom's death. Miss Gates shows lots of sympathy for the Jews in Germany during the class discussion on current events. Miss Gates formed a lesson at school about Hitler and the persecution of the Jews. He is an informal man who runs his court with ease. So, she is a hypocrite for saying it is wrong to judge someone by their religion, but judging black people for their color …. Heck Tate: Heck is the Maycomb County sheriff who hands over his gun to Atticus when confronted with a rabid dog.
Jem wants to move faster to get home quickly; however, Scout is not able to because of her costume. At school, Scout's teacher, Miss Gates, talks with the class about Adolf Hitler and laments the persecution of the Jews. Since Miss Gates said that it's horrible for Hitler to do horrible things to the Jews Jem agreed. Not long after his sentence ends, Mrs. .