To Kill a Mockingbird chapters 22-27 - Coggle Diagram
To Kill a Mockingbird chapters 22-27
Jem takes the verdict hard. Atticus tries comforting Jem, and Atticus also wants Jem to not become angry or bitter because of the case.
The black community gifts Atticus with food as a payment and thank you for working the Tom Robinson case.
Begins with Bob Ewell spitting in Atticus's face. Bob is angry at Atticus for working the case embarrassing him.
Atticus continues to explain to Jem that the men in Maycomb have "Maycomb's usual disease" which is racism and prejudice.
Calpurnia allows Scout to carry trays of food to ladies with her dress on, but had pants on underneath her dress.
Aunt Alexander hosts a missionary tea. All of the ladies talk about how they think the church should help out Helen. They also discuss that they should the black community know that they forgive them. The ladies aren't very helpful, they pretend to be good christian women.
Atticus asks Calpurnia to go with him to tell Tom Robinson's family that Tom has been killed.
Miss Maudie thinks the town depends of Atticus to represent them.
Miss Maudie, Aunt Alexander and Scout pretend that nothing has happened because they know that the missionary ladies would gossip about it.
We see a different side of Aunt Alexander; we see the side where she respects and cares about Atticus.
Atticus informs Helen Robinson about the news he had just found out.
Jem and Dill talk about a little girl who had been looking for Atticus.
In Maycomb, the death of Tom Robinson was news for two days, after that people just thought it was typical.
Mr. Underwood wrote about Tom Robinson in an editorial in the "Maycomb Tribune"
Mr. Underwood refers to Tom's death to the death of a mockingbird.
Scout doesn't see Jem much now that Jem is in 7th grade. When Jem and Scout pass the Radley House they're not frightened by it anymore, but Scout still wishes to see Boo Radley.
Miss Gates give's a lecture about Hitler and the virtues of equality and democracy.
Scout later asks Jem how Miss Gates can preach about equality when she has said, after the trail, that it was about time to put the black community in its place.
Jem gets upset about Scout mentioning the trial to him, so Scout goes to Atticus for comfort.
Scout and Jem are still being haunted by their classmates because Atticus defended Tom Robinson, making Boo Radley the last thing on Scout's mind.
Bob Ewell is still mad about the case. He looks for revenge on whoever he feels has disgraced him during the trial. Bob Ewell harasses Helen on her way to work; Link Deas threatens Bob for harassing Helen.
Bob Ewell also goes after the judge for hiring Atticus to defend Tom Robinson.
Bob Ewell gets a government job but later gets fired because he was lazy; he blames Atticus for getting fired and threatens to kill him too.
Atticus uses the situation to teach something to Jem and Scout.
On Halloween the town decides to have a festival and agricultural pageant. There's a play and the children dress up as fruits.