- 1 What is the significance of Jem crying in Chapter 7?
- 2 What is significant about Jem’s pants when he retrieves them?
- 3 What was the outcome of Jem’s mission?
- 4 What is significant about the towns conclusion?
- 5 How does Jem change by the end of Chapter 6?
- 6 Why is Jem crying at the beginning of Chapter 22?
- 7 Why does Jem keep his feelings secret?
- 8 What else is mysterious about Jem’s pants?
- 9 What secret does Jem reveal to Scout?
- 10 Who did Scout Jem and Dill hear occasionally laughing?
- 11 Why does Jem think what he Dill and Scout did is wrong?
- 12 Who asks to marry and gets engaged to Scout?
- 13 What gossip did Miss Stephanie spread as Jem and Scout were leaving the house?
- 14 WHO SAID shot in the air scared him pale?
- 15 How does the town react after the disturbance at the Radley place?
What is the significance of Jem crying in Chapter 7?
Jem cries at the end of chapter 7 because he realizes that his chances of communicating with Boo Radley and developing a lasting friendship are gone. Boo Radley has been leaving small gifts in the knothole of the tree as a way to communicate with the Finch children and spark a unique friendship.
What is significant about Jem’s pants when he retrieves them?
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 was the outcome of Jem’s mission?
Jem’s mission to go and get his pants back was successful because he brought back the pants and did not get shot by Nathan Radley. When Jem snuck onto the Radley porch, he accidentally lost his pants. He claimed to have lost them in a game of “strip poker” played with matches.
What is significant about the towns conclusion?
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.
How does Jem change by the end of Chapter 6?
but he is more ashamed at having deceived Atticus and possibly losing his trust. Jem returns safely with the pants, and it will be his last foray onto the Radley property in search of Boo.
Why is Jem crying at the beginning of Chapter 22?
Jonathan Beutlich, M.A. Jem cries in chapter 22 because he feels a great injustice has been done to Tom. Jem believes with all of his heart that Tom will be acquitted, so when the guilty verdict comes down, Jem is upset. He’s so upset, angered, and saddened by what he sees as an injustice that he breaks down and cries.
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 else is mysterious about Jem’s pants?
when Jem tells Scout about getting his trousers back, he tells her of something strange. 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. They were also sewed up all crooked.
What secret does Jem reveal to Scout?
Terms in this set (43) What secret does Jem reveal to Scout? Jem reveals that when he went back for his pants, they were folded and sewn across the fence like as if they were expecting him.
Who did Scout Jem and Dill hear occasionally laughing?
As the previous answer states, the laughter from inside the house is probably Boo Radley having a good chuckle as he watches the antics of the children outside his door. Scout never lets on to Jem and Dill that she heard it at all; she keeps it to herself. This is probably because she is too afraid to even mention it.
Why does Jem think what he Dill and Scout did is wrong?
Jem has this change of heart but it is likely due to his developing maturity. He is now thinking about the consequences of his actions and is feeling remorse for having disappointed Atticus. Jem has decided that what he, Scout, and Dill did was wrong.
Who asks to marry and gets engaged to Scout?
Dill Harris The children concoct many plans to lure Boo Radley out of his house for a few summers until Atticus tells them to stop. In chapter 5 of the novel, Dill promises to marry Scout and they become “engaged.” One night Dill runs away from his home, arriving in Maycomb County where he hides under Scout’s bed.
What gossip did Miss Stephanie spread as Jem and Scout were leaving the house?
What gossip did Miss Stephanie spread as Jem and Scout were leaving the house? Bob Ewell spit at Atticus and vowed revenge.
WHO SAID shot in the air scared him pale?
Mr Radley evidently didn’t get a good look at the intruders but simply assumed it was a black man trying to steal. Not only this: the occasion is turned into a tasteless joke at the expense of blacks, when Mr Radley, according to Miss Stephanie, declared that the shot ‘ scared him (the intruder) pale.
How does the town react after the disturbance at the Radley place?
After the disturbance at the Radley place, we learn the town hears many rumors and that strong racism occurs. A lot of the townspeople thought only colored people causes the illegal things. he doesn’t want to disappoint Atticus and wants to avoid getting in trouble.