The children get air rifles from Uncle Jack Finch. The street is threatened by a rabid dog. Atticus shoots it.
The children get air rifles from Uncle Jack Finch. The street is threatened by a rabid dog. Jem shoots it.
The street is threatened by a rabid dog. Atticus shoots it, much to the admiration of the children.
He doesn't have a wife.
He reads instead of hunting, smoking, fishing, or smoking.
He wears glasses and is nearly blind in his left eye.
He works in an office.
Miss Stephanie Crawford
He can't stop talking.
He's lost for words.
Mrs Henrietta Dubose
Mrs Henry Lafayette Dubose
Mrs Henrietta Lafayette Dubose
Mrs Henry Dubose
It's about Atticus. Up until this point, the children have only heard other children insulting him: "this was the first one coming from an adult."
Jem always protects his younger sister.
There's no school on Saturdays.
Shrieks and screams.
Beats up Jem.
Because he has 'cold blood' and doesn't care if she murders him.
To prepare Jem and Scout for the difficulties they face when Tom Robinson's trial actually starts: "When summer comes, you'll have to keep your head about far worse things."
Because she's very sick and deserves an apology.
To teach Jem how to be a 'gentleman.'
A morphine addict and a misanthrope.
Old and ill.
Angry and alone.
She becomes unconscious.
She gets angrier and angrier.
They get shorter and shorter.
They get longer and longer.
With an expression of polite and detached interest.
A new baton
A camellia flower.