Kelso High School. English Department. ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’. Chapters Twenty One, Twenty Two, Twenty Three, Twenty Four, Twenty Five– Learning Intentions. Plot Summary / Key Incidents Characterisation – Jem Finch Characterisation – Atticus Finch Characterisation – Bob Ewell
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“Seems that only children weep”
(i) saying that he would rather Bob Ewell vent
his anger on him rather than on “that houseful
of children there”
(ii) trying to persuade the children to see the situation
from Bob Ewell’s point of view.
He spits in Atticus’s face and threatens him
He is suspected of breaking into
Judge Taylor’s house
Aunt Alexandra describes him as having
a ‘permanent running grudge against
everyone involved in the trial”
“ I think I’ll be a clown when I
get grown …”
“You haven’t seen enough of the world yet,” he tells Scout
(when commenting on how special and good her father is, and her innocent belief in human goodness).
“You haven’t even seen this town, but all you gotta do is
step back inside the courthouse”.