Jem recognized one of the black people who came in, it was Reverend Sykes. Als Atticus einen tollwütigen Hund erschießt und damit Gefahr von der Gemeinde abwendet, sind seine Kinder stolz auf ihn. Zu Scouts Mitschülern gehören auch Walter Cunningham und Burris Ewell. All the black people in the balcony rise to their feet to honor Atticus as he passes them. Women can't serve on juries in Alabama which Scout takes exception to , and many people don't want to get involved in court cases because their livelihood depends in some way upon maintaining good favor with both parties involved in a case. Just as Chapter 12 gives insight into black society in Maycomb, Chapter 24 gives insight into white women's society. When the children try to leave a note for the mystery giver, they find that Boo's brother has plugged up the hole with cement.
Raymond is hiding a bottle of Coca-Cola in his infamous paper bag. What really happened that night Bob Ewell died, wonders Scout Celia Keenan-Bolger , the most inquisitive and persistent of the three? The chapter ends with the Sheriff, Mr. The two try to resolve exactly what separates and distinguishes the categories of white people. Kapitel 2 — 3: Scouts Schullaufbahn beginnt Scouts erstes Schuljahr wird eine Enttäuschung. Though the townspeople do not seem to think highly of the Ewell's, they will win the case because Tom is black.
Atticus said that he still was, and that sometimes people just had a blind spot for certain things. The children fear he will do something to hurt their father. Miss Maudie said that Miss Crawford knew the case so well that they might as well ask her to testify. Scout Controls Her Temper Chapter 9 opens with Scout, fists tightened, facing off with Cecil Jacobs. Reverend Sykes von Calpurnias Gemeinde bringt sie zur Empore, wo die Schwarzen sitzen.
Background Up until this point in To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee has focused mostly on introducing Scout, her family, and her environment in Maycomb County. Die erste deutsche Übersetzung von Claire Malignon wurde 1962 veröffentlicht; 2015 erfolgte eine komplette Überarbeitung und Aktualisierung durch Nikolaus Stingl. Dill asks how you can tell if a child is mixed. The next morning at breakfast, Aunt Alexandria was upset at the children for sneaking out but Atticus was happy they did. Then they try leaving notes for Boo on his windowsill with a fishing pole but are caught by Atticus.
Miss Maudie is the only woman who seems to show any appreciation for conscience, but when she speaks up, Aunt Alexandra is required by civil code to move the conversation pleasant again. The children find pennies, chewing gum, and soap-carved figures that bear a striking resemblance to Scout and Jem. Er ist fünfundzwanzig Jahre alt, verheiratet und hat drei Kinder. Nicht selten führte die wirtschaftliche Not zu sozialem Abstieg. Chapter 24 Jem and Dill have gone swimming, and wouldn't let Scout come along because they were planning to skinny dip.
Dank der Hilfe eines bis dato Unbekannten schaffen es die Kinder, sich zu befreien und rennen nach Hause, wo ihr Vater einen Arzt und die Polizei ruft, um den Täter zu ermitteln. They've done it before and they did it tonight and they'll do it again and when they do it - seems like only children weep. Also, as Atticus points out, the state itself is unfair by not allowing women or for that matter blacks to serve on juries. Although Bob Ewell spat in his face, he thought Bob was all talk. Scout notices that not a single member of the jury looks at Tom, and she takes this as a bad sign.
Er vermutet, dass Mayella und Tom einvernehmlich zusammen waren. Finally, the last mockingbird Scout has discovered in the story is Tom Robinson. Jem thinks that the jury decided quickly, but Atticus reminds him that it took a few hours, which is much longer than usual. You just hold your head high and be a gentleman. Atticus tells Jack a bit more about the case and says that he is worried about Scout because she is 'hotheaded' and there will be trouble coming up for them all because of the trial.
He reveals that Tom tried to escape from prison and was shot to death by the prison guards. Jem geht inzwischen auf die Highschool und Scout in die dritte Klasse. The children feel a sense of belonging to Mr. Calpurnia told Scout to meet her in the kitchen. When Atticus tells Scout they will not win the case but that will not keep him from trying, Scout tells him he sounds like Cousin Ike Finch, a Confederate veteran. Their cook, an old black woman named Calpurnia, helps to raise the children and keep the house. However, it doesn't make it less important.
Atticus couldn't promise Tom an acquittal so he didn't try to reassure Tom by giving him potentially false hope. However, there are still those who have no idea what it is. By the end of grade 10, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, at the high end of the grades 9-10 text complexity band independently and proficiently Student Instructions Create a character map for the major characters. Ewell threatens Atticus and other people connected with the trial because he feels he was humiliated. When they grow bored of this activity, Dill suggests that they attempt to lure Boo Radley, a mysterious neighbor, out of his house. And Scout just went outside. In 2005, the British Film Institute included it in their list of the 50 films you should see by the age of 14.
Jem is unsure whether people can be trusted to serve on juries, based on the jury that served in Tom's case, and Atticus points out some of the factors that make juries less than ideal. In Chapter 22, Atticus reaches a point of frustration immediately after the trial, but his usual optimism returns the next day when he begins talking about the chance for an appeal. When Jem expresses disdain for the jury that convicted Tom, Atticus says that one man on the jury, a Cunningham, almost voted for acquittal. Resolution In the end, Ewell goes after Scout and Jem instead of Atticus. Jem, Scout and Atticus snuck into the house as to not wake Aunt Alexandria.