Why is Atticus worried in Chapter 30?

Why is Atticus so worried throughout chapter 30? Atticus thinks Jem killed Bob Ewell and wants him punished. He doesn’t want it covered up. Boo Radley killed him, but Sheriff Tate says Ewell fell on his own knife.

What does Boo Radley say at the end of the book?

Will you take me home? These words, spoken at the end of the book, are the only words that Boo Radley speaks in the entire novel.

What does Jem finally reveal to Atticus?

8 when Jem tells Atticus all about their activities related to Boo. Jem confesses all of this to Atticus to protect Boo because he does not want him to get in trouble for putting the blanket on Scout. Atticus wants to return the blanket to the Ridleys, but Jem immediately begins to tell him everything as a result.

Why does Dill want a baby with Scout?

Bringing up a baby with Scout is just another way of seeking the happiness he so desires–by “the magic of his own inventions” in “his own twilight world.”

Who dies in To Kill a Mockingbird?

The main characters who die are Tom Robinson, Mrs. Dubose, and Bob Ewell. Tom’s death is the symbolic killing of a mockingbird.

Why does Aunt Alexandra criticize Atticus?

Aunt Alexandra is upset with her brother, Atticus, for the way he is raising his children, especially Scout. She thinks that the children need a woman’s touch since their mother died when the children were so young. In Aunt Alexandra’s view, Atticus should have taught the children what it meant to be a Finch.

Who does Atticus think killed Bob at first?

Jem

What does Atticus say to boo?

Atticus’ most famous quote is “You really never understand a person until you consider things from his point of view–until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” Atticus told her this in chapter 3 referring to her teacher, but Scout applies it to Boo in the final chapter as she’s on his porch.

Why does Atticus not want it covered up?

Atticus does not want the information covered up because he does not want his son to have to live a lie. In Atticus’s mind, if they were to cover up the crime, Jem would have to grow up with it hovering over him: “I don’t want anybody saying, ‘Jem Finch…his daddy paid a mint to get him out of that.

Who dies in To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 8?

Mrs. Radley

What worries Atticus when he is sitting in front of the jail?

Atticus goes to the jail in hopes that his presence will stop people from dragging Tom Robinson out of the jail and killing him. Earlier in the chapter, Jem and Scout overhear Heck Tate talking to Atticus about not wanting to keep Tom Robinson in the jail on Sunday night (the night before the trial starts).

What happened in chapter 30 of To Kill a Mockingbird?

Summary: Chapter 30 Scout takes Boo—“Mr. Arthur”—down to the porch, and they sit in shadow listening to Atticus and Heck Tate argue. Heck insists on calling the death an accident, but Atticus, thinking that Jem killed Bob Ewell, doesn’t want his son protected from the law.

What does aunt Alexandra think of Atticus’s parenting?

She disapproves of Atticus’ parenting style and disagrees with how he allows Scout to dress and behave like a “tomboy.” She also feels that Atticus needs to do a better job of instilling a sense of pride in their family heritage. Alexandra even petitions Atticus to teach his children about the Finch family history.

Why did Atticus think Jem killed Bob?

Atticus, who believes Jem is the one who killed Bob, thinks Heck wants to cover up the truth to protect Jem. Atticus is adamantly against lying to protect Jem. He thinks that protecting Jem from the law will undermine Atticus’s relationship with his children and everything that he has taught them.

Why was Miss Maudie laughing at the end of Chapter 8?

Miss Maudie laughs because Scout has used the wrong word. Miss Maudie and Atticus earlier described the snowman as a “hermaphrodite.” Scout overheard their conversation. Later, when she wanted to use the word herself, she bungled the pronunciation and sad “morphodite” instead of the correct version.

Who does Scout recognize why do the men finally leave?

Why do the men finally leave the jail house? Scout recognized Mr. Cunningham, and she asked him to send greetings to his son.

What did Atticus thank Boo Radley for?

Why does Atticus thank Boo Radley? Atticus realizes that Heck Tate was right: Bob Ewell fell on his own knife. He realizes that Boo saved the kids and that it would be a sin to let the world know. The town would give Boo all of this attention and it would do more harm than good.

Who killed Bob Ewell in Chapter 30?

Boo Radley

Does Atticus agree with Aunt Alexandra?

Aunt Alexandra thinks that families have certain traits that are passed down in their bloodlines. These make some families good and others bad. Atticus tells them to forget it because he does not want them acting as if they are better than other people just because of who their family is. I totally agree with Atticus.

How does Mr Underwood change in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Underwood simply figured it was a sin to kill cripples, be they standing, sitting, or escaping. He likened Tom’s death to the senseless slaughter of songbirds by hunters and children. Again, we have the theme of “It’s a sin to kill a mockingbird” spelled out before our eyes.