Scout thought this was the oddest reason she had ever heard. In Chapter 6, the children come even closer to bridging the distance between themselves and Boo. When the children return home, they find Aunt Alexandra waiting for them. One of the men tells Atticus that he needs to make his children leave, and he obviously means this as a threat. As we have mentioned, most likely, a simple demonstrative essay on To Kill a Mockingbird will suffice. The fact is, when you are a student, nobody expects to find any groundbreaking findings in your essay, not on any subject. Aunt Alexandra insists that Scout and Jem cannot go back to the colored church and she tries to force Atticus to fire Cal.
The Cunninghams must keep the farm running in order to survive, and because the school system does not make any accommodations for farm children, there is a self-perpetuating societal cycle for farm families to remain uneducated and ignorant. He evaluated the situation and nicely told Scout to get Dill some real food. Even Atticus' family sees the situation this way, which explains Scout's fight with her cousin. He makes a valiant attempt but succeeds only in making Scout cry. He took a train from Meridian to Maycomb Junction, fourteen miles away, and covered the remaining distance on foot and on the back of a cotton wagon. After this crash course in family history, we cut to a summer day in 1993 when the siblings meet a boy named Dill who came to visit his aunt Miss Haverford, a next door neighbor of the Finches.
Atticus goes to the jail with the intention of preventing a lynch mob from getting to Tom Robinson. Scout is angry at him for not taking her side and fights him. Novels that deal with the formation of a maturing character are called bildungsroman or coming-of-age stories. Meanwhile, Scout looks around the group and recognizes Mr. Expecting it to be the sheriff and his crew, Scout jumps out of hiding to greet them. When Scout came out Aunt Alexandria and Atticus were arguing in the front room.
Miss Maudie is one of the only women whom Scout respects and is friendly with. Jem refuses, and one of the men tells Atticus that he has fifteen seconds to get his children to leave. At that moment, four cars drive into Maycomb and park near the jail. Aunt Alexandra tells Scout she cannot go back the next Sunday. The Ewell children only need to come to school for the first day, and then the town will overlook the fact that they are absent, even though schooling is mandatory for all children.
Her character serves as the bridge between two worlds, and the reader develops a sense of her double life, which is split between the Finch household and the black community. He impresses the Finch children with his dramatic recounting of the movie Dracula, which wins him their respect and friendship. Eg p 28 Chapter 22: Although Atticus did not want his children in court, he defends Jem 's right to know what has happened. The three engage in summertime play activities of improving the Finch tree and acting out the plots of several of their favorite books. The narrator notes that the remainder of the book will explain how this injury occurred, and the novel concludes with this event. The next day, Jem and Dill hatch a plan to leave a note for Boo in the Radley's window, using a fishing line.
The children's attempts to connect with Boo evoke, again, the sense that children will be able to see Boo with more decency and sincerity than the rest of the populace. One day Atticus catches them playing the game and asks them if it has anything to do with the Radley family. Slowly a head wiggled from underneath Scouts bed. Scout and Dill decided to forgive Jem mainly because Dill had to sleep in the same room as him. The first half of the day ends, and on her way out of the classroom, Scout sees Miss Caroline bury her head in her arms as the children leave the room. The children's attempt to trace the main incident in the novel Jem's broken arm back to its roots, leads them to wonder whether it all began when Dill first arrived in Maycomb and became their friend, or whether the real origins lie deeper in their ancestral history and the chance events that brought the Finch family to Maycomb. Jem goes down the hall and tells Atticus.
They spend most of their time readings stories and re-enacting them but get bored eventually. The following evening, Atticus takes the car into town. From Meridian, Mississippi, Dill will be spending the summer at the nearby house of Miss Rachel Haverford, his aunt. Scout as narrator is key to the novel's success. The men tell Atticus he has fifteen seconds to send his kids away. Courage is shown by different characters in varying ways throughout the novel.
Scout does, however, see a slight move of the window shutter, as if someone was peeking, but she is not sure that she is not imagining it. The Gray Ghost One in a series of pulp fiction novels written in 1926 by Robert Schulkers. Dill has run away from home because his mother and new father did not pay enough attention to him. Jem told Scout to wait on top of the bed and Jem made a tentative swipe under the bed. Atticus refuses, and Scout suddenly comes racing out of her hiding place next door, only to realize that this group of men differs from the group that came to their house the previous night. From a distance, they see Atticus sitting in front of the Maycomb jail, reading a newspaper. Scout came out into the front room and they immediately stopped fighting and Alexandria was visibly upset.
After realizing Miss Caroline doesn't know what that means, Scout explains that the Cunninghams don't accept other people's help, and just try to get by with what little they have. It was in a small town called Maycomb, Alabama. Calpurnia explains that most people can't read anyway. Radley, and Scout plays Mrs. All the other children in the class understand this: growing up in this setting teaches children that people can behave a certain way simply because of the family or group that they come from. As his trial is nearing, Tom Robinson is to be moved to the Maycomb jail, and concerns about the possibility of a lynch mob have arisen.