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18 Cards in this Set

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To Kill A Mockingbird
The story takes place during
the 1930's
To Kill A Mockingbird
The children's favorite neighbor is
Miss Maudie
To Kill A Mockingbird
Scouts's real name is
Jean Louise Finch
To Kill A Mockingbird
The character who asks Scout to marry her is
Dill Harris
Scout's first grade teacher, Miss Caroline, is upset because
Scout can read and write
The advice Atticus give Scout is
"Walk a mile in someone else's shoes"
Atticus considers it a sin to kill a mockingbird because
they bring only beauty and harm to no one.
Atticus defends Tom Robinson because
he wants to be true to his convictions/beliefs
Atticus says that Mrs. Dubose represents
real courage
The items that are discovered in the knothole by Jem and/or Scout are
ball of string
old watch
spelling bee medal
The group of men at the jail disperse because
Scout's words bring them to their senses
Whe Mayella Ewell is on the stand, Atticus
tries to make her admit that her father beat her up
Atticus' final address to the jury is aimed at
the jurors' individual consciences
When Tom Robinson is conviceted, Jem is upset because
Jem doesn't think the verdict is fair
When Heck Tate investigates the scene of the attack on Scout and Jem, he finds
Bob Ewell, dead from a knife wound
The person who compares Tom's death to the senseless slaughter of songbirds is
Braxton Underwood
a character who represents tradition and family in the novel is
Aunt Alexandra
At the end of the novel, Scout finally understands Boo as she
stands on his porch