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The novel begins with Scout remembering the events that led to his brother, Jem, breaking his arm when he was around 13 years old. She gives the re...
As September sets in, Dill leaves Maycomb for Meridian, Mississippi, just before Jem and Scout started school. Scout is excited to begin first grad...
Scout vents her frustrations on Walter at the playground for the earlier ordeal, but Jem stops her after realizing that Walter is the son of a man ...
The author moves the story swiftly through much of the year, which she says was just like Scout's first day at school. By now, Scout isn't scared o...
Scout finds herself more omitted from the plans and activities of Jem and Dill as the boys' friendship grows. She begins to spend more time with he...
The night before Dill returns home at the end of summer, he and Jem plan to peek through the windows of the Radley house. Scout tries to stop them ...
As school restarts, Scout is worried about Jem's quietness since that incident at the Radley's. He reveals that when he returned for his pants, he ...
The weather changes and the kids have their first view of snow. Since school is canceled, they spend the day making snowman. In the afternoon the s...
Christmas is approaching, and the kids realize Atticus had taken the case of Tom Robinson, a black man accused of raping a white woman. A classmate...
The Robinson case has made Atticus the talk of the town, and Jem and Scout cannot understand why people are criticizing him even though he has been...
One nasty woman, Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose, always harasses Jem and Scout whenever they pass in front of her house. Jem is fed up with it that wh...
Summer returns and Jem will be turning 12 soon. His adolescent traits are starting to show; depicted by him telling Scout to stop bothering him and...
Aunt Alexandra takes the role of instilling good behavior on Jem and Scout to live up to the Finch family name. To please Alexandra, Atticus tells ...
Scout tells Aunt Alexandra that Calpurnia took them to her church. Atticus isn't perturbed but Alexandra is, and when she hears that Calpurnia invi...
The next week, things seem better for Scout. Dill is staying for the summer, Jem agrees to assist them in repairing the tree house, she is in good ...
After the incident with the mob the previous night, the Finch home is very tense. Alexandra is upset the kids snuck out, while Atticus is glad they...
As the trial begins, Sheriff Tate gives his testimony, stating that Bob Ewell entered his office claiming his daughter Mayella had been raped and b...
Atticus’s cross-examination of Mayella clearly indicates that Tom Robinson couldn’t have committed the crime he is accused of. Mayella is defia...
Tom's testimony reveals him as a gentle and caring man who occasionally helped his neighbors; the Ewells. He states that Mayella had been inviting ...
In the square, the two talk with Dolphus Raymond who has a black girlfriend and children of mixed-race, something looked down upon by many in Mayco...
Calpurnia passes a note informing Atticus that his children are missing from the house, but the newspaper publisher Braxton Underwood tells him tha...
Atticus, Jem, Scout, and Dill walk home feeling defeated. Jem is more crushed by the verdict and asks his father how the verdict was reached, to wh...
Jem, Scout, Dill, and Alexandra are all worried about Atticus after the ordeal with Mr. Ewell, but he reassures them that all is well. They all loo...
With summer nearing its end and Dill about to leave, he and Jem go to Baker's Eddy where Jem teaches him to swim. Alexandra invited old missionary ...
When school restarts, the children start passing by the Radley house, and Scout finds herself regretting having been obsessed with Boo Radley matte...
By October, life starts going back to its normal self, but the Finches cannot seem to get Tom out of their minds especially when everyone around th...
When Scout discovers that her dad and aunt can't make it to the pageant, she performs their part in the kitchen wearing a bulky costume. Jem and Sc...
The sheriff urges Scout to narrate what happened, and through her explanation, Tate and Atticus put the pieces of the attack together. When Scout g...
The doctor tells everyone to leave the room for him and Jem, and though anxious, Scout guides Boo to the porch where the discussion continues. Atti...
With the issue settled, Boo explains that he wanted to see Jem before he left for his house and Scout escorts him to the room where Jem was. Scout ...
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