How does Jem and Dill treat Scout?
How do Jem and Dill treat Scout during this summer? She bakes the best cakes and makes them especially for Scout, Jem, and Dill. Scout and Miss Maudie spend time together talking on her porch. As Scout and Miss Maudie talk about religion, Scout tells her how Atticus defines God.
What made scout sad in Chapter 31?
Scout thinks that neighbors give, and Boo gave them gifts and their lives—but they never returned the favor, which makes Scout feels sad. Scout’s understanding that she can’t just lead Boo home by the hand speaks to how much she’s grown since the start of the novel.
What 5 new gifts do they find in the knothole?
Late that fall, another present appears in the knothole—two figures carved in soap to resemble Scout and Jem. The figures are followed in turn by chewing gum, a spelling bee medal, and an old pocket watch. The next day, Jem and Scout find that the knothole has been filled with cement.
Why did scout quit the Boo Radley game?
In Chapter 4, Scout wants to quit their game because she is sure that Atticus knows, and because she heard laughter from inside the Radley house.
Why did Jem spend less time with Scout?
Jem doesn’t want to have anything to do with Scout at school because he sees her as the aggravating little sister. Jem thinks of himself as the big man at the school because he is four years older than Scout. Jem is a little embarrassed by the way Scout reacts to people. Scout will fight anyone at anytime.
Who married Scout?
Why do they keep from Atticus the fact that they are play acting Boo Radley?
Why? Atticus tells the children not to play the Boo Radley game because what Mr. Radley did was his business; if he wanted t0 come out, he would. Atticus said to stop making fun of him, laughing at him, and putting his life’s history on display for the edification of the neighborhood.
Why did Atticus shoot the dog in To Kill a Mockingbird?
In Chapter 11, Atticus shoots a mad (rabid) dog in the street. In a larger symbolic sense, the dog, because it has rabies, is a dangerous threat to the community. In shooting the dog, then, Atticus is trying to protect the community from its most dangerous elements.
Why do Jem and Dill exclude Scout?
Jem and Dill began spending more time together and excluded Scout from their activities. Scout comments that she purposely chose to stay aloof of their “foolhardy plans” in favor of spending her twilights sitting on the porch with Miss Maudie.
How is Boo Radley characterized Chapter 31?
Arthur ‘Boo’ Radley appears as a very quiet, reclusive character, who only passively presents himself, until the children’s final interaction with Bob Ewell. Most of Maycomb believes he is a horrible person, due to the rumors spread about him, and the trial he underwent as a teenager.