At first he does small things like fixing Jem’s shorts and putting little surprises in a hole of a tree trunk. To later, puting around Scout when there is a fire at Miss Maudie’s house. The best thing he does and what gets him the title of a mockingbird is when he saves the lives of both Jem and Scout. Though, he ends up killing the towns resident villain. “I never heard tell that it’s against the law for a citizen to do his utmost to prevent a crime from being commited, which is exactly what he did, but maybe you’ll say it’s my duty to tell the town all about it and not shut
When he is hiding his pet pigeon, Nipper, from the world who wants to kill him, he accidentally left one of Nipper’s toys in his room for the critics to see. When the town finds out about Nipper, Palmer is forced to give him away, which makes him unhappy and remorseful. This is like how Stanley made one mistake and ended up regretting it, as well as paying for that mistake. Stanley needs to think about the bigger picture and imagine what he looks like to the people around him. By doing this, he could he ended up in a lot less trouble.
My thoughts on Boo radley giving gift that would turn up in the Radley trees for the kids was quite creepy and curious as to why he would do that. Until Atticus the father of Scout and Jem proves that Tom Robinson is innocent and Bob Ewell beat Mayella, but the all white jury finds Tom guilty and he dies trying to escape. So later on Bob Ewell threatens Atticus and attacks Scout and Jem on their way home one evening. Boo Radley appears and kills Bob Ewell, and saves the children. My thoughts as i described him as Creepy before, Had changed my whole perception of him because I knew he was just looking out for Scout and Jem.
There Tom tries to regain his freedom and escape but he is shot and killed. After some time, Jem and Scout are assaulted by Bob Ewell- who does it out of revenge on Atticus for embarrassing him-but they are saved by their mysterious neighbor, Arthur “Boo” Radley who happens to be a recluse. Throughout the story, Harper Lee uses a motif of time to show the loss of freedom for many characters. Lee hints at the loss of freedom for many characters when Scout recalls the items Boo Radley left for Jem and her in the tree. Boo Radley, their neighbor, was often the focus of the children before the trial and many rumors are spread about him including the fact that he was forced to stay inside his house all the time as a child, a result of
Miraculously, Scout kept her composure after two traumatizing events. Upon being attacked by a savage man, most nine-year-olds would be a wreck of emotions, but not Scout. All she worried about was Jem. Just a few minutes before, Bob Ewell attacked the two children on their way home from the Halloween celebration. Jem and Scout couldn’t see, however they could hear shuffling behind them and knew something suspicious was about to happen.
“Cheever: ‘Tis hard proof!’ To Hale: ‘I find here a poppet Goody Proctor keeps. I have found it, sir. And in the belly of the poppet a needle's stuck. I tell you true, Proctor, I never warranted to see such proof of Hell, and I bid you obstruct me not, for I’ - Enter Elizabeth with Mary Warren. Proctor, seeing Mary War-ren, draws her by the arm to Hale.
Mariam’s request was denied, and Nana responded with “There is only one skill a woman like you and me needs in life… And it’s this tahamul, Endure” (Hosseini 17). That response indicates the women’s condition on several aspects of stringent Afghani
Where I think they thought wrong about Boo Radley that nobody knows him that well, and that he placed a blanket over Scout the day of the fire when Miss Maudie house was on fire. Boo Radley also carved little things for Scout and Jem knowing everyday that they walk by coming from school, which was nice. Boo Radley is thought of in a wrong
The teacher asked the class if everyone in the class had a turn and one boy put his hand in the air even though he had a turn. The teacher knew he had already went, but in the eyes of the students they may have thought he did not get a proper turn. Later in the chapter, Eddie talks about a time he mad a mess and told his father it was on accident, but it was a lie to cover up the truth. The conversation caused the teacher to ask the student’s to do a skit, Wally had to hide a picture somewhere in the room. Wally hid the picture and when the class came back together the teacher asked where the picture went.