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Chapter 13 71. Why does Aunt Alexandra say she has come to stay with the Finch family? To teach Scout to be feminine. (p. 127) 72. How does Alexandra treat.

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1 Chapter Why does Aunt Alexandra say she has come to stay with the Finch family? To teach Scout to be feminine. (p. 127) 72. How does Alexandra treat Scout? She tries to change her. (p )

2 Chapter How does Aunt Alexandra react when she learns of the trip to First Purchase? She attempts to have Calpurnia fired. (p. 135) 74. Why do Jem and Scout fight? Jem tells Scout not to antagonize her Aunt. (p. 137)

3 Chapter What do the children find in Scouts room? Dill (p. 139) 76. Why did Dill run away? His father broke his promise and didnt play with him. (p. 140) 77. Describe Dills journey to Maycomb. Dill says his father kept him chained in the basement. He escaped and joined a traveling animal show. Finally he crossed the river into Maycomb. (p. 140)

4 Chapter As the trial nears, where does Heck Tate move Tom Robinson? The sheriff brings him back to the jail. (p ) 79. What are Alexandras opinions concerning the trial? She thinks its a bad idea for Atticus to attempt to protect Tom. She thinks it insults the good Finch name. (p. 147)

5 Chapter Describe the scene at the jail between Atticus, the mob and the children. The children follow Atticus to the jail and stand between the mob and Atticus. (p. 152) 81. What does Jem do when he is told to return home? Why is this important? Jem refuses to leave. He is growing into a man and behaving much like his father. (p. 152) 82. What sends the mob away? Scout asks Walter Cunningham to tell his son hello. Her innocent words change Walter. (p. 153)

6 Chapter What does Mr. Underwood do during this scene? He is standing behind Atticus in the dark with a gun. (p. 155)

7 Chapter Describe Maycomb as the trial begins. The town is chaotic. People from across the county have come. (p ) 85. Why does Mrs. Maudie refuse to attend the trial? She says it will be like a Roman carnival and she doesnt want to watch Tom fight for his life. (p. 159)

8 Chapter Where do the children sit at the trial? Who helps them find a place to sit? They sit in the balcony. Reverend Sykes helps them find a seat. (p. 164) 87. Who is the Judge? What is known about him? Judge Taylor. He rules his courtroom with a firm grip. (p. 165)

9 Chapter Describe the evidence presented by Heck Tate at the trial. SEE CHART 89. Describe the testimony of Bob Ewell. SEE CHART

10 Chapter Why does Bob Ewell say no doctor was called? It would cost five dollars. (p. 175) 91. How does Atticus reveal that Bob Ewell is left-handed? What does this imply? He asks Bob to write his name. He reveals he is left-handed and Atticus implies that Bob beat his daughter. (p. 177)

11 Chapter Describe Mayella as she takes the stand. She is nervous and afraid of begin tricked by Atticus. (p ) 93. Describe Mayellas testimony. She accuses Tom. She supports her fathers testimony. (p ) 94. While being cross-examined, Mayella admits how she feels. Describe this. She says she is lonely in the Ewell home. Atticus uses this to prove she became infatuated with Tom Robinson. (p. 183)

12 Chapter Why could Tom not physically have committed this crime? Toms left hand was destroyed in a cotton gin when he was a child. (p. 185) 96. When Atticus begs Mayella to tell the truth, how does she react? She calls the court and Atticus cowards. (p. 188)


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