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E10 TKAM Review

Review the characters, plot events, quotes

Bob Ewell Writes with his left hand
Tom Robinson Has a crippled arm
Atticus Is called "Ol' One Shot"
Walter Cunningham Poured syrup all over his food
Mrs. Dubose A morphine addict
Dolphus Raymond Pretends to be drunk, but really drinks Coke.
Link Deas Gave Helen Robinson a job
Dill Scout's fiance
Miss Caroline Fisher Scout's firs grade teacher
Heck Tate Sheriff of Maycomb
Jean Louise Finch Scout
Calpurnia Took Scout and Jem to her church
Mayella Ewell Lied about being raped
Miss Rachel Dill's aunt
Miss Stephanie the nosy gossipy neighbor
Miss Maudie her house burnt down but she stayed calm
Arthur Radley, Jr. saved Scout and Jem from the attack
Uncle Jack punished Scout for cursing
Nathan Radley Boo Radley's brother
Aunt Alexandra Criticizes the way Scout is raised
The Great Depression Historical period in which the story is set
Hoovervilles makeshift towns of very poor people
Franklin Roosevelt Introduced the New Deal
The real trial that To Kill a Mockingbird was based on The Scottsboro Trials
Jim Crow laws laws that segregated blacks and whites
Said "Let the dead bury the dead." Heck Tate
Said “I'm gonna be a new kind of clown. I'm gonna stand in the middle of the ring and laugh at the folks”? Dill
Said "let the cup pass from you." Uncle Jack
Said “See what you’ve done? Hasn’t snowed in Maycomb since Appomattox. It’s bad children like you makes the seasons change” Mr. Avery
Said “Don’t say hey to me, you ugly girl” Mrs. Dubose
Said “...it’s all right to be soft-hearted, you’re an easy man, but you have a daughter to think of. A daughter who’s growing up”? Aunt Alexandra
Said “Well, it’d be sort of like shooting a mockingbird, wouldn’t it” Scout
Said "“His food doesn’t stick going down, does it?” Miss Maudie
Said “I think I’m beginning to understand why Boo Radley stayed shut up in his house all this time...it’s because he wants to stay inside” Jem
Wrote To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee
Created by: MrsLander1833