Chapter Three: "Catching Walter Cunningham in the schoolyard gave me some pleasure, but when I was rubbing his nose in the dirt Jem came by and told me to stop." (Lee Indirect Characterization of Scout Finch: She's spiteful
Bob Ewell stopped Atticus on the post office corner, spat in his face, and fold him bed get him if if took the rest of life" (Lee Man vs man
19 : Tom Robinson is called on to speak. He tells the jury that Mayella tried to kiss him and he pushed her back not wanting to get in big trouble. We learn that Bob Ewell, Mayellas father has had a sexual relationship with his daughter
Chapter 19 - "She'd call me in, suh. Seemed like everytime I passed by yonder she'd have somethin' for me to do - choppin' kindlin' totin' water for her." Tom Robinson in court.
Chapter 18 "'You makin' fun o'me agin, Mr.
"Catching Walter Cunningham in the schoolyard gave me pleasure, but when I was rubbing his nose in the dirt Jem came by and told me to stop" (Lee Man vs. This is showing Scout vs. Walter in the schoolyard which is a man vs.
Chapter 6: Jem and Dill decide to try to look in the Radley's window, and Scout tags along with them. The kids see a shadow and hurry to leave. Jem's pants gets stuck on the fence and he tells Atticus Dill won them in strip poker. Nathan Radley threatens to kill the next time anyone is in his property. Nervously, Jem goes back the next night to get his pants.
Ch Dill and Jem start to exclude Scout so she starts hanging out with Miss Maudie. Miss Maudie bakes them pound cakes. Jem and Dill were going to put a letter on a fishing pole and try to get Boo Radley to come out. Atticus stops their Boo Radley game.
Chapter Maycomb talks about the Finches behind their back. Conflicts form between Scout and her family. Dill is found under Scouts bed; he tells them that he ran away.
Chapter 14 "You've got to do something about her" (Lee Aunt Alexandria vs Calpurnia
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Chapter Cecil Jacobs tries to start a fight with Scout but she remembers what her father told her. But at Christmas time, Atticus has family in town and Francis insults him and Dill. Scout can not stop herself and gets into a fight.
Charles Baker "Dill" Harris, who comes live with his Aunt Rachel in the summers
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Ch Mayella testifies, and her account of the incident changes repeatedly. She is very upset while being questioned, and thinks Atticus is mocking her because of his manners. Tom stands up and we learn he is crippled.
"As Tom Robinson gave his testimony, it came to me that Mayella Ewell must have been the loneliest person in the world" (Lee Direct characterization -- Mayella is lonely