Tkam Chapters 25-31 Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Why do the adults in Maycomb never talk about the Tom Robinson case?

    • A.

      They forget about the case quickly.

    • B.

      It is against the law.

    • C.

      They are scared.

    • D.

      They are mad that Atticus won the case.

    Correct Answer
    A. They forget about the case quickly.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the adults in Maycomb forget about the Tom Robinson case quickly. This suggests that the case is not significant or important enough for them to remember or discuss it. It could also indicate that the adults in Maycomb are apathetic or indifferent towards issues of racial injustice, as the Tom Robinson case was a clear example of racial discrimination. Their lack of interest or concern for the case highlights the deep-rooted racism and prejudice that exists within the community.

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  • 2. 

    What does Mr. Link Deas do when he learns that Helen Robinson is walking a mile out of her way to go to work each day?

    • A.

      He stops by the Ewell's house and threatens them with prison.

    • B.

      He walks her home.

    • C.

      He tells the Ewell's to leave Helen alone.

    • D.

      All of these.

    Correct Answer
    D. All of these.
    Explanation
    Mr. Link Deas does all of these actions when he learns that Helen Robinson is walking a mile out of her way to go to work each day. He stops by the Ewell's house and threatens them with prison to protect Helen from harassment. He also walks her home to ensure her safety. Additionally, he tells the Ewell's to leave Helen alone, further demonstrating his support for her.

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  • 3. 

    What character does Scout play in the school pageant?

    • A.

      Pig

    • B.

      Turkey

    • C.

      Ham

    • D.

      Potato

    Correct Answer
    C. Ham
    Explanation
    Scout plays the character of Ham in the school pageant.

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  • 4. 

    On what does Scout "squander" her thirty cents?

    • A.

      House of Horrors and a hamburger and fries

    • B.

      Her costume and the House of Horrors

    • C.

      A doll and the House of Horrors

    • D.

      House of Horrors and candy

    Correct Answer
    D. House of Horrors and candy
    Explanation
    Scout "squanders" her thirty cents on the House of Horrors and candy. This means that she spends her money on both the House of Horrors and candy, implying that she uses her money for both of these things rather than saving or spending it on something else.

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  • 5. 

    Why can't Scout change back into her clothes on the way home from the school pageant?

    • A.

      She left her clothes at home.

    • B.

      It is too dark.

    • C.

      She is stuck in her costume.

    • D.

      She is too tired.

    Correct Answer
    B. It is too dark.
    Explanation
    Scout cannot change back into her clothes on the way home from the school pageant because it is too dark. This suggests that she needs sufficient light to be able to see and change her clothes. Without proper lighting, it would be difficult for her to navigate and change her clothes safely.

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  • 6. 

    Describe the scene in the woods on the way home from the pageant.

    • A.

      Scout and Jem hear someone and start running. Someone grabs Scout, and she hears breathing and smells whiskey. Then suddenly Jem is flung away by someone else, and she sees Jem being carried under the street light.

    • B.

      Scout and Jem hear someone breathing. They start running and someone grabs Jem. Scout sees Boo grab the man who has Jem and she runs to get Atticus.

    • C.

      Scout and Jem see Boo. They start running, but Boo grabs Jem and breaks his arm. Scout runs to get Atticus.

    • D.

      Scout and Jem hear someone following them. They start running. Someone grabs Scoutm and she hears breathing and smells whiskey. Then suddenly Jem is flung away by someone else, and Jem sees Scout being carried under the street light.

    Correct Answer
    A. Scout and Jem hear someone and start running. Someone grabs Scout, and she hears breathing and smells whiskey. Then suddenly Jem is flung away by someone else, and she sees Jem being carried under the street light.
  • 7. 

    Who does Mr. Heck Tate find under a tree, and what is wrong with him?

    • A.

      Nathan Radley and he is dead

    • B.

      Jem Finch and he has a broken arm

    • C.

      Bob Ewell and he is drunk

    • D.

      Bob Ewell and he is dead

    Correct Answer
    D. Bob Ewell and he is dead
    Explanation
    Mr. Heck Tate finds Bob Ewell under a tree and he is dead.

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  • 8. 

    How does Scout learn who her protector has been?

    • A.

      She sees Boo in the corner of the room and recognizes him.

    • B.

      Atticus tells her it was Boo.

    • C.

      Jem tells her it was Boo.

    • D.

      Boo carries her under the street light.

    Correct Answer
    A. She sees Boo in the corner of the room and recognizes him.
    Explanation
    Scout learns who her protector has been when she sees Boo in the corner of the room and recognizes him. This implies that she had a previous encounter with Boo, and upon seeing him again, she is able to identify him as her protector. The fact that she recognizes him suggests that she has formed a connection or bond with Boo, leading her to realize that he has been looking out for her.

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  • 9. 

    What tool does Bob Ewell use to try to kill the Finch children?

    • A.

      A noose

    • B.

      His bare hands

    • C.

      Kitchen knife

    • D.

      Shotgun

    Correct Answer
    C. Kitchen knife
    Explanation
    Bob Ewell uses a kitchen knife to try to kill the Finch children. This suggests that he intended to harm them in close quarters and potentially inflict a more personal and intimate attack. A kitchen knife is a common household item that can easily be accessed and used as a weapon, making it a plausible choice for Bob Ewell's violent intentions.

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  • 10. 

    Which character is most like a mockingbird in the metaphorical sense?

    • A.

      Boo Radley

    • B.

      Tom Robinson

    • C.

      Atticus Finch

    • D.

      Scout Finch

    Correct Answer
    B. Tom Robinson
    Explanation
    Tom Robinson is most like a mockingbird in the metaphorical sense because, like a mockingbird, he is innocent and has done no harm to anyone. He is wrongly accused of a crime he did not commit and becomes a victim of racial prejudice and injustice. Similar to a mockingbird, Tom is a kind and gentle person who is unfairly targeted and harmed by others. The metaphorical comparison emphasizes the injustice and cruelty he faces, highlighting the theme of innocence and the destructive nature of prejudice in the novel.

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