Summary Of ' Kill A Mockingbird ' By F. Scott Fitzgerald Essay

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In chapter 8, Maycomb begins to experience winter, which is quite unusual. Since then, Mrs. Avery, a neighbor, blames the kids for having this weather because of their bad behavior. Later on, Mr. Radley dies and Atticus goes over to the Radley house to send his condolences. When Atticus comes back home, the kids, of course ask if Atticus saw Boo Radley. He did not. The next day, snow falls from the sky, which again, is unusual. Next, Atticus wakes Scout up in the middle of the night to tell her that Miss Maudie’s house is on fire. Once the fire was put out, Miss Maudie’s house is completely ruined, but the Finch’s house is fine. When Atticus returns home, though, he notices that Scout has a blanket. He asks her how she got the blanket if she did not leave the house. Scout says that she stood in front of the house the whole time. Then, Jem tells Atticus all about his findings in the knothole in the tree. To end, Atticus figures that it is Boo Radley.

In chapter 9, Scout starts to fight Cecil Jacobs when he says that Atticus defends “n-word.” When Scout comes home, she talks to Atticus about what Cecil Jacobs said. The conversation ends when Atticus makes Scout promise not to fight anymore. The next day, when Scout is urged to fight Cecil Jacobs, she remembers what Atticus tells her and she does not fight. Next, Christmas comes around, and Aunt Alexandra and Uncle Jack come to town with Alexandra’s annoying grandson, Francis. It is Christmas morning and Uncle Jack brings the…

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