Jury is hung
Jury calls mistrial
Grandson of Alexandra
All of the above
Neighbor that Jem reads to
The lady who spreads gossip
Scout's Current Teacher
Harrassed By Bob Ewell
Has 3 Children
Tom Robinson's wife
All of the Above
She can be a lady and till be true to herself
She is ready for Atticus to treat her as an adult
She can't comprehend what happened at the trial
Jem has anger management issues
She is brave and courageous
She is beautiful
She is Tom's wife
She is committed to racial equality
He kills himself
He is killed trying to escape
He was very old and sick
Mr Ewell kills him
Scout's friend from school
A mad dog
Breaks Jem's arm.
Kills Bob Ewell.
Carries Scout home.
Is arrested for trying to kill Scout and Jem.
Attacked by Boo Radley.
Attacked by Bob Ewell.
Scared by Cecil Jacobs.
Surprised by Dill.
By the Sheriff, Heck Tate.
By Judge Taylor.
By none of the above.
He is a married man.
Mayella Ewell let him kiss her.
He had an alibi and so could not have committed the crime.
He only has one good arm.
They have been seen by Atticus.
Children aren't supposed to be there.
Dill is upset.
Judge Taylor cleared the court.
It means they made the right decision.
It means he got some of the jurors to re think their prejudice.
It means he had more time for dinner.
It will help with the appeal.
Has Bob Ewell arrested.
Shot while trying to escape.
Released because he is innocent.
Given a new trial.
Found innocent by the appeal court.
Someone took her dress by mistake and so she has nothing to change into.
She is proud of it and doesn't want to take it off.
She is embarrassed.
Cecil Jacobs dared her to.
Wants him to read to her.
Wants him to replant her garden.
Accused him of stealing fruit from Miss Maudie.
Said Atticus was no better than a nigger.
She still thinks he is weird
She finally sees life through his eyes and doesn't think he is that weird
She believes he is truly insane
She has a crush on him
Atticus and Dill
Tom Robiinson and his wife
Walter Cunningham and Mr. Tate
Tom Robinson and Boo Radley
They are mad because he lost the trial
They respect him and are grateful for his efforts
They hate him
They don't care, they thought he would be guilty anyway
Have experience a lot of things firsthand and matured
Are still very childish and need to grow up
Are embarassed about their father's work
Hated by all of the people in the town