- 1 What is significant about the town’s conclusion regarding the disturbances at the Radley’s place what does it reveal about them?
- 2 What does Jem decide at night?
- 3 Why does Jem decide to go back to the Garden that night to get his pants back?
- 4 What is significant about Jem’s pants when he retrieves them?
- 5 Why does Jem go back to the Radley place in the middle of the night?
- 6 What does Jem confess to Scout about the night that he went to get his pants back?
- 7 Why does Miss Maudie hate her house?
- 8 What 5 new gifts do they find in the knothole?
- 9 What secret does Jem reveal to Scout?
- 10 Who does Scout think is hiding things in the knothole?
- 11 Why was Jem crying at the end of Chapter 7?
- 12 Why did Mr Radley fill the tree with cement?
- 13 Why does Jem keep his feelings secret?
- 14 What happens after Jem touches the Radley house?
- 15 What is Atticus simple trick to get along with folks?
What is significant about the town’s conclusion regarding the disturbances at the Radley’s place what does it reveal about them?
This conclusion is significant because it shows that the townspeople assumed that all the illegal activity happening in town was caused by colored people. They had not actually seen the “burglar” but automatically assumed he was black. In all actuality, “he” was Scout, Dill, and Jem, three white children.
What does Jem decide at night?
Summary and Analysis Part 1: Chapters 6-7. On Dill’s last night in Maycomb, he and Jem decide to “peep in the window with the loose shutter to see if they could get a look at Boo Radley.” Scout discourages them from going to the Radley house, but reluctantly decides to join them.
Why does Jem decide to go back to the Garden that night to get his pants back?
During their escape, Jem’s pants get caught in the Radley fence, and he is forced to leave them behind. Later that night, Jem decides that he has to go back to retrieve his pants because he fears that he will let his father down if Atticus finds out he was the one sneaking around in the Radley’s yard.
What is significant about Jem’s pants when he retrieves them?
In Chapter 7, Jem tells Scout that he went back for his pants, but instead of being in the tangle as he left them, they were neatly folded across the fence, “.. like they were expecting me” (pg 58). They had also been sewn. He had torn them when he tried to get through the fence.
Why does Jem go back to the Radley place in the middle of the night?
The reason that Jem returns to the Radley yard to retrieve his pants is because he does not want to disappoint his father. Jem is maturing into a morally upright individual like Atticus and is considerate of his father’s feelings. Before Jem leaves to retrieve his pants, Scout begs him not to go.
What does Jem confess to Scout about the night that he went to get his pants back?
Terms in this set (17) when Jem tells Scout about getting his trousers back, he tells her of something strange. What is this? Jem tells Scout that when he went back for his pants, they were folded across the fence like someone was expecting that he’d come back for them.
Why does Miss Maudie hate her house?
Miss Maudie hated her house: time spent indoors was time wasted. She was a widow, a chameleon lady who worked in her flower beds in an old straw hat and men’s coveralls, but after her five o’clock bath she would appear on the porch and reign over the street in magisterial beauty.
What 5 new gifts do they find in the knothole?
In the knothole of the tree on the Radley property, Scout and Jem find a couple of sticks of gum, a ball of twine, some old Indian head pennies, a spelling bee medal, a pocket watch, and two figurines carved out of soap.
What secret does Jem reveal to Scout?
Jem reveals to Scout what happened on the night that he got his pants caught in the Radleys’ fence in chapter seven. Scout knew that he had gone back for his pants, but when he came back that night with the pants, he didn’t say anything about what had happened next.
Who does Scout think is hiding things in the knothole?
Arthur “Boo” Radley is the person who places trinkets and small items in the knot-hole of the tree, but at first Scout believes that Walter Cunningham is storing things. In Chapter 7 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout and Jem walk past their tree and observe that there is a ball of gray twine in the knot-hole.
Why was Jem crying at the end of Chapter 7?
Jem cries at the end of chapter 7 of To Kill a Mockingbird because he realizes that Nathan Radley has blocked up the knothole of the tree to stop his brother from communicating with the Finch children.
Why did Mr Radley fill the tree with cement?
In my opinion, Nathan Radley told Jem a lie and the real reason as to why he put cement in the knothole was to stop Boo from communicating with the children. This happens in Chapter 7 of the book. When Nathan Radley fills the knot hole in the tree with cement, he says that it is because the tree is sick.
Why does Jem keep his feelings secret?
Why does Jem keep his feelings secret from Atticus and Scout? Jem is more mature than Scout, and he sees that the person that is leaving things in the tree is most likely Boo Radley. Jem keeps these things a secret because he knows that Boo will get in trouble if he is caught.
What happens after Jem touches the Radley house?
After several days of debating, Dill makes a mild concession and dares Jem to touch the side of the Radley home instead of knocking on the door. Jem accepts Dill’s dare and ends up racing towards the Radley home, slaps the side of the house, and runs back out of the yard.
What is Atticus simple trick to get along with folks?
Atticus then tells Scout that he knows a “simple trick” that will help her get along with people better. He tells his daughter that she will never understand people until she considers things from their point of view. Atticus encourages Scout to climb into other people’s skin and walk around in it.