To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel by Harper Lee published in 1960. It was
immediately .... Atticus does not want Jem and Scout to be present at Tom
Robinson's trial. No seat is available on the m...
Because the jury knew that Tom was innocent because mayella was strangled
with both hands .... What does Atticus tell Scout about why the jury took so long to
convict Tom? more people had believed atticus. the town was slowly changing, ...
Jem and Atticus now have a fairly long discussion about the law and fairness,
which ... And Atticus knows who kept the jury from convicting Tom right away: a
cousin of ... Scout decides to make friends with the younger Walter Cunningham,
but ... (or so he claims) and some new advice: instead of telling her to avoid
Describe Jem's and Scout's visit to First Purchase church. One lady was .... What
does Atticus tell Scout about why the jury took so long to convict Tom? 54.
Atticus questions Tom, first asking whether he has ever been convicted of a crime
. ... Scout thinks about how lonely Mayella is - she's so poor that white people ....
Jem thinks that the jury decided quickly, but Atticus reminds him that it took a few
... Jem thinks these class definitions have to do with how long the family has ...
At the beginning of this chapter, Scout and Dill talk to Mr. Dolphus Raymond,
whom ... Atticus talks conversationally to the jury, telling them that the prosecution
... that they had to really think things through before convicting Tom Robinson. ...
a Cunningham- was actually the reason it took so long for the jury to reach a
They will do this when they write the newspaper connected to the unit. ..... What
does Atticus tell Scout about why the jury took so long to convict Tom? At the end
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Chapter 6 Question Why does Scout disapprove of .....
What does Atticus tell Scout about why the jury took so long to convict Tom?
Told through the eyes of Scout Finch, you learn about her father Atticus Finch, ...
Atticus asks Tom to stand up so that Mayella may identify him; as he does, Scout
notices ... in time to hear the last half of Atticus' impassioned speech to the jury. ....
any circumstances and expect to live long, so he took the first opportunity to...
Apr 16, 2014 ... Atticus quickly learns that Jem and Scout have been watching the whole ... telling
Reverend Sykes, "Don't see how any jury could convict on what we heard. ... As
he does, all of the black attendees in the balcony are standing up out of ... but
he's the only man in these parts who can keep a jury out so long...