Jem let out an animalistic moan and grabbed Scout's firm butt and lifted her up. What information is provided about the Robinson case as the chapter comes to a close? What does the narrator reveal about her family history in the first several pages? Atticus's response—putting Jem right back in the situation that got him into trouble in the first place, listening to —shows his trust that Jem will do better in future. To make up for the hardship he forced Jem through, Prescott offers to sponsor her concert, as a way of giving back for once in his life. You never know, it could all be just a misunderstanding. What surprised him that night? When Jem went back for his pants, he found them mended and neatly folded over the fence.
The issues of masculinity and femininity continue to have a role in these chapters. He must go to her house and read aloud to her. We all walked home in silence, except for the jokes Jem's friends would crack every now and then. The Holograms are nervous as they need to practice for the concert the following night, so they decide to contact Synergy for help. You will lose points on the individual assignments and the collective test grade if your packet is crumpled or torn, if you have drawn all over it, or if your handwriting is illegible. He and Scout had been about to place a note in the tree thanking the intended recipient for the gifts, but this plan was unfairly thwarted when Nathan Radley plugged the hole.
According to her, what does their behavior signify? What is the significance of the impression? Provide quotes from the text to support your answer. How does this explain the significance of the alarm clock? How does he feel about this punishment? Scout was absolutely gorgeous with her soft curves and smooth skin. At the beginning of the chapter, Scout mentions that old Mrs. Lee is speaking as much in favor of women's liberation as she is civil rights. Mockingbirds do not harm anyone or anything, but they do sing for people.
He is reaching out in a tentative way to Scout and Jem. What image does his description evoke? They are poor but hard-working farmers who will not take charity; they pay Atticus with food instead of money. In the few days it took there was an awkward silence that seemed to befall upon them. What picture of Atticus, as a father, do we get in this chapter? Cut to Misfits music video:. What evidence in the past two chapters indicates that he is not at all the threatening figure that people have made him out to be? She cares for the children and is a warm person. Why does Atticus make the children leave the house and stand in front of the Radley house? We wrap with a shot of the Jem and the Holograms concert. If you could please get off me though? At fake Starlight Mansion, Jem calls upon Synergy for help, but after trying to walk through what normally would be a holographic wall, she is rendered unconscious after colliding with it.
What began the misery of the Radley house? Who are the first four characters mentioned? The Boo Radley play-acting game starts out as one of these ego-boosts. I looked over to where his gaze was pointed to, and I soon realized he was staring at Jem. In what context is it presented? What is the significance of the alarm clock by Mrs. How does the narrator describe the town? The youngest son, Arthur Boo , got in trouble with the police. How did Scout learn to read and write? Why is it important to Jem to get his pants before morning, even though the mission is dangerous? Briefly summarize what happens when Scout pushes her way through the group of men. What does he reveal to Jem and Scout when he returns? What lesson does Calpurnia teach her? What is it specifically that upsets her about what the churches teach? Clearing his throat Jem responded.
Who is the narrator of this novel? It made him go harder than he has ever been. On what dramatic note does the chapter end? When Scout and Jem found carved figurines that resembled themselves well, they knew the treasures they had and will find were meant for them. Scout smiled like the devil she was and moved her hips again, shifting her weight forward. Has the Misfits ruse been revealed? It is a slow, easy-going, peaceful town. What is Jem worried about? Dill and I took out the lunch that Calpurnia had made for us. As the novel opens, she tells her story in the past tense, going back years to the time when her brother was 13 years old. What do they learn about their father from Miss Maudie? I was hungry from all shark-teeth hunting, and I never thought a sandwich could taste so good.
Dubose's final gift to him seems strong, readers should understand that Jem is actually grappling with his conscience. Curiously, readers don't meet any other little girls in the story. What is significant about Mr. What do foot-washing Baptists believe, according to her? The children view Boo Radley as a strange and frightening figure. What was Scout confused about when she read the editorial? Why has Dill run away from home? Why do you think the person is leaving these gifts? Allusion: The name of the father, Atticus, probably comes from the Roman orator Titus Pomponius Atticus, who was known for never taking a side in political struggles but rather staying neutral. Why did he keep running even when the guards warned that him? As Scout and Jem pass by the edge of the Radley property, what do they hear in the tree? Moving in a way that made it seem like their lips were meant to be connected. What does Francis say about Atticus? What is the result of her action? As Scout and Miss Maudie talk about religion, Scout explains how Atticus defines God; what does she say? As Atticus speaks about Mrs.
As Scout and Miss Maudie talk about religion, Scout explains how Atticus defines God; what does she say? So I left Jem alone and tried not to bother him. Why does Dill begin to cry? We sat on the shore, a feet or two beside Jem and his friends. Static character: Atticus is a man who has demonstrated that he is totally balanced in his approach to humankind. No update tonight, but I'm working on the next chapter now. Why does Scout like her so much? Scout says that the Radley place had ceased to terrify her.